Cine Hubs Screening Day 2011 - Large Scale News

Cine Hubs Screening Day 2011
Thu, Jun 2, 2011

Over 300 pupils, parents and teachers gathered at Phoenix Square to see 10 films made this year as part of the Cine Hubs Scheme. 8 primary schools from the Kibworth and Market Harborough have been busying themselves in filmmaking activity throughout the year and this red carpe mass world premiere was the celebration of all the creativity and endeavour. Young people who worked on each film introduced their masterpiece 


6 Schools worked on short films to be shown in assemblies to illustrate Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL), each tackling one aspect of social development. This may sound quite dry, however, the creativity of young people turned these ideas into compelling dramas; with circus and farm animals illustrating aspects of bullying, a lost boy fears the worst on his first day at a new school and a girl and a boy battle it out for who is the best footballer in the school. 


A further 4 films were created as stand alone dramas, allowing young people to explore and develop their story ideas, these included a quest for a golden football, Professor Bumble killing all the bees on the planet and some comic sibling rivalry in Revenge


Young people who worked on each film introduced their masterpiece to packed houses. Please have a look at the film documenting the day (below). 


Cine Hubs is delivered by Large Scale through Em-Media and is supported by the BFI, British Film Council and Skillset. 


  • Image courtesy of Dipak Mistry
  • Image courtesy of Dipak Mistry
  • Image courtesy of Dipak Mistry
  • Image courtesy of Dipak Mistry
  • Image courtesy of Dipak Mistry
  • Image courtesy of Dipak Mistry
  • Image courtesy of Dipak Mistry
  • Image courtesy of Dipak Mistry
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