FÍS Film Festival 2015

FÍS Winner 2015

Congratulations to all the winners of the the 11th FÍS Film Awards 2015, and particulalry to Redeemer Girls National School, Dundalk for their film "The Jelly that Wouldn’t Wobble", which won the Aileen MacKeogh Award 2015.

 

Congratulations to all the winners of the the 11th FÍS Film Awards 2015, and particulalry to Redeemer Girls National School, Dundalk for their film “The Jelly that Wouldn’t Wobble”, which won the Aileen MacKeogh Award 2015. The awards ceremony took place in the Helix, DCU on 3rd November 2015 and was streamed live, making it possible for a global and national audience to be part of the celebrations. To acknowledge the hard work and achievement of pupils over the course of the film making process, a very special show was planned. The FÍS team look forward to welcoming all the children their teachers and parents for a wonderful celebration of creativity and for the hard work that goes into making these wonderful films

FÍS celebrates achievements in film making, excitement is high in participating schools across the country.

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Congratulations to the 24 schools who have been shortlisted to attend The Helix on 6th November for the 9th annual FÍS Film Festival.  The FÍS team look forward to welcoming all the children their teachers and parents for a wonderful celebration of creativity and for the hard work that goes into making these wonderful films. - See more at: http://www.pdsttechnologyineducation.ie/en/NEWS/F%C3%8DS-Film-Festival-2013-%E2%80%93-Finalists-Announced.html#sthash.oBMW7axJ.dpuf
Congratulations to the 24 schools who have been shortlisted to attend The Helix on 6th November for the 9th annual FÍS Film Festival.  The FÍS team look forward to welcoming all the children their teachers and parents for a wonderful celebration of creativity and for the hard work that goes into making these wonderful films. - See more at: http://www.pdsttechnologyineducation.ie/en/NEWS/F%C3%8DS-Film-Festival-2013-%E2%80%93-Finalists-Announced.html#sthash.oBMW7axJ.dpuf

This year's winners:

Award Categories 2015

Winning Schools

Documentary

St. Patrick’s National School, Cloonlyon for “We Will Remember Them!”

Animation

Little Angels Special School, Letterkenny for “Space Movie Psi”

Comedy

Redeemer Girls National School, Dundalk for “The Jelly that Wouldn’t Wobble”

Drama

St. Finnian’s National School, Waterville for “Micko’s Missing Medals”

History

Scoil Cholmcille, Cork for “World War II Newsreel”

Special Effects

Carrigaline Educate Together National School for “The Great Lego Rescue

Editing:

Scoil Bhríde, Galway for “I Wish”

Costume:

Saint Attracta’s National School, Charlestown for “Back in the Springtime

Production Design:

St. John the Baptist National School, Midleton for “The Three Little Wolves

Soundtrack

Behy National School, Ballina for “Runaway Circus”

Script

Ardfert National School, Tralee for “The Fight for Freedom”

Story Boarding

St. Peter’s Boys National School, Monasterevin for “Saved All But One”

Cinematography

Togher National School, Dunmanway for “Day-Dreamers”

Direction

St. Joseph’s National School, Ballyheigue for “The Chase”

Acting

St. Hugh’s National School, Dowra for ‘“The Secret Life of Tess McGourty"

Originality

Scoil Fhursa Boys National School, Coolock for “Scoil Fhursa Infomercial”

Best Newcomer

Cloonloo National School, Sligo for “The Unknown Force”

Best Junior Film

Scoil Eoin Naofa, Roscrea for “The Golden Grove Leprechaun Strikes Again

Environmental

Kealkill National School, Bantry for “Sammy Salmon’s Survival”

Curriculum Relevance

St. Patrick’s National School, Slane for “The Famine Secret”

Local Interest

Spa National School, Tralee for “William and Mary Together Forever”

Historical Drama

Dungourney National School, Dungourney for “The Clonmult Ambush”

An Scannán is Fearr as Gaeilge

Scoil Raifteirí, Castlebar for “Bealach Glas”

Centenaries Special Category

Killocraun National School for “An Easter to Remember”

Aileen MacKeogh Award Winner 2015

Redeemer Girls National School, Dundalk for “The Jelly that Wouldn’t Wobble”

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