Roxy5 Short Film Success
Two WHS films were shown at the Roxy Cinema as part of the Roxy5 Short Film Competition. Both entries were of an outstanding quality.
Seventeen entries from 124 students from 14 schools and college’s in the Wellington region were submitted. The entrants had 14 weeks to produce a five minute film with the theme ‘Kiwi As,’ telling their story with three essential New Zealand elements; the inclusion of a chocolate fish, the phrase ‘yeah, nah, yeah,’ and the use of a koru. The Roxy5 Film Competition 2016 gives out four awards including the Supreme Winner, two Runner-Up awards and the People’s Choice award.
Finn Culver’s Year 9 crew of Bodhi, Grace, Leo, Amelia, Nadia and Zoe produced a film about a lonely zombie in search of an accepting school. A brillant, creative tale that was full of laughter and gore.
Molly Doyle’s team of Elianta Jaillet, Lola Bieringa and Ben Pickering created a beautifully shot film of innocence and adventure. Their film entitled “A fishy tale” won the Runner Up spot earning $1,000 and a professional treatment of the film.
Stella Ulrich has had her 2015 external fashion folio work put up on NZQA website to demonstrate what excellence fashion work is in Design Visual Communication. You can have a look at the work here
. Well done, Stella.
Qona Christie, Year 13, is a finalist for the Emerging Sportswoman for the Wellington Sports Awards. Congratulations Qona and good luck.
Regional Chinese Speech Competition was recently held and Gilda Knox Steeder, Year 12, came 3rd. She will be travelling to Auckland for the next part of the competition. Congratulations, Gilda!