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Nov 18

Sheldon film students shine at Reel Awards

Teacher Tim Kilchester with Reel Award winners (back from left) Adam Shaw, Olivia Buckham, Toby Duffy, James Peterson and Elysha Kennedy and (front from left) Latchmi Pillai, Robert Hughes-Gage, Kate Morris and Manali Datar.Sheldon College’s film students made their debut on the silver screen at the school’s annual Reel Awards recently.
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Thrillers, mock advertisements, music videos, crime dramas and abstract films created over the past 12 months were shown to the audience at Victoria Point Cineplex last Monday.

The event also served as a farewell for the year 12 students before their graduation.

In the major categories, Olivia Buckham won Editor of the Year, Kate Morris was named Scriptwriter of the Year, James Peterson was recognised as Cinematographer of the Year and Toby Duffy was praised with the Epic Shot of the Year award.

Manali Datar was recognised for Breakthrough Achievement in Film, Jack Vernon was named the Most Valuable Crew Member and Latchmi Pillai was judged to have shown the Most Improved Technical Skill.

Adam Shaw won the award for Achievement in Technical Direction and Elysha Kennedy won Achievement in Artistic Direction.

Robert Hughes-Gage was recognised for showing the Most Improved Artistic Skill.

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