This term, year 9 Film Studies students have been creating their own horror film trailers as part of an exploration into practical filmmaking. Throughout the process, students have had creative control over every aspect of production from storyboarding to recording and editing. The work produced showcased an impressive knowledge of genre and filmmaking ability. Click […]
Before the half term, Y9 students visited Thrybergh Primary School to share the story books they had written with the FS2 class. The children really enjoyed hearing and joining in with the stories and the Y9s were a credit to our school.
This week, Y9 Film Studies students have been creating their own Western film extracts. Inspired by classics such as ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ (1966), the students applied their knowledge of the micro-elements of film to record and independently edit their showdown scenes. Several students were even happy enough to don the cowboy […]
Y9 Film Studies students from both Wickersley and Thrybergh schools enjoyed an early morning screening at Cineworld of the latest instalment in the James Bond film series – No Time to Die. Students will go on to use their knowledge of the movie as they explore the British film industry in lessons. They will learn […]
Thrybergh Academy is now officially a member of Into Film, a free film club where Y7, Y8 and Y9 students can watch and discuss films and take part in creating their own films.