Talented short movie producing Clevedon School students have sensationally won this year’s internal Oscar’s - the ‘C'oscars.
Walton House’s ‘Budget friendly’ version of Ghostbusters swept the 6th Annual Clevedon Academy Awards ceremony winning a total of 4 ‘C'oscars at Clevedon School.
As part of their house championships every year, each house writes, directs films and edits their own six-minute movie which are shown at packed-out premiere events in the school hall.
Year 11 student Simon used green screen technology to turn teachers in to translucent flying ghosts. He won best special effects for his efforts.
Marlon won best director award and it was presented by Clevedon’s own Hollywood director, Niall Johnson!
This Year however despite Walton’s success, Conygar House picked up the ‘Best Picture’ award for their take on ‘Mission Impossible’.
It was the sixth annual Clevedon academy awards.
Headteacher Jim Smith said: “These ‘C'oscars at Clevedon School are always incredibly popular and perhaps this year’s winners topped the best of all time. Students are wonderfully talented and also had brilliant fun in producing their film creations.”