On Wednesday 24th January 2018, St George’s International school is proud to be hosting its very first film festival entirely filmed, edited and produced by Primary school students. This event organised by A Tale Unfolds (ATU) in cooperation with #LitFilmFest is a new initiative to improve literacy through filmmaking.
The film festival will be screening a series of short films created by students aged 6 to 10 years old, each year group were given a category backed and supported by ATU. The categories include social & environmental issues, politics, movie trailers and healthy eating supported by organisations such as Houses of Parliament, YouTube Kids and Change.org. Videos from the healthy eating category will also be featured by BBC Good Food.
The School’s patron and British Ambassador to Luxembourg, H.E Mr. John Marshall, will be opening the event at 12:30pm in the Auditorium.
ATU have provided many workshops for our students and staff over the past year, giving them step by step guidance on how to create films using a tablet and simple apps. For more information, visit www.litfilmfest.com.
Parents are invited to come along and attend the screenings of their child/ren.
Due to the scale of this event there is limited seating available, only those who have registered will be permitted to enter the auditorium. Please also be warned that there will be NO parking available on site.
Screening 1 12:30 – 13:15 – Classes 1A 2B 5B 3B 4D 1V 6B
(book here: https://www.st-georges.lu/page.cfm?p=2117)
Screening 2 13:30 – 14:15 – Classes 5S 2C 1S 3H 4F 2M 4R
(book here: https://www.st-georges.lu/page.cfm?p=2118)
Screening 3 14:30 – 15:15 – Classes 5E 2D 1MU 6SC 3K 5U
(book here: https://www.st-georges.lu/page.cfm?p=2119)