Thanks to everyone who has visited the Water Catchers website to vote for our film.
Voting closes this Friday at 3pm, so please encourage family, friends and neighbours to vote for Tighes Hill and we could win $10,000! Click on the link below to watch The Drop of Destiny.
There is a gala screening night on Friday 28th November at Tower Cincemas Newcastle from 5.30 – 8pm, where all finalist short films will be shown and the winner announced. Please let me know ASAP if you would like to attend.
Last term Louis and Nelson had their Hunter Water – Water Catchers script chosen as one of the winning nine to be made into a film. The film crew visited our school earlier this term and Max, Lachlan and Dan starred in our production. The films from all nine schools have now been uploaded to the Water Catchers website ready for voting. Click on the link to watch The Drop of Destiny and visit the Water Catchers site to vote for us. The winning school wins $10,000! Go Tighes Hill.
Last term, students from the OC entered the Hunter Water – Water Catchers competition which involved writing a script and storyboard for a short film about water conservation.
Congratulations to Louis and Nelson, who were selected to have their entry made into a film!
A film crew will be visiting us at school on Monday from 1-5pm to make our film and teach us some of the tricks of the trade. Thanks to Lachlan, Dan and Max who are going to be our actors.
Looking forward to a great day!
During the past fortnight, students in the OC have been working on storyboards and scripts for the Hunter Water – Water Catchers competition. The competition is all about raising awareness of being water wise and the best entry will receive $10 000 for an environmental project at their school and have their script turned into a short film. Well done to our students who completed an entry and fingers crossed!