STUDENT'S WORK

 

A Selection of STUDENT CREATED AND PRODUCED VIDEO from VARIOUS FOCUS ON FILM PROGRAMS

 

Short Film Project on Environmental topics, Founded by Lee Hysan Foundation

1 A New leaf 11:28

 

2 Green School 10:21

 

3 Sea-Quence 08:52

 

4 Rubbish Police 06:59

 

5 May 13:28

 

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FROM FILM MAKERS AS YOUNG AS 11 YEARS OLD

 

Title: Orange You Glad to See Me? (directed by Samantha Walters)

Program: Film Camp at Ladies Recreation Club

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

 

Title: Happy Slap (directed by Esha Gidwani)

Program: Film Camp at Ladies Recreation Club

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

 

Title: Superhero (directed by Bakhita Fung)

Program: Film Camp at Ladies Recreation Club

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

 

Title: Melancholia (directed by Enoch Lampe)

Program: FOF Challenge Week Camp at KGV

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

 

Title: Running Out (directed by Edmund Li)

Program: FOF Challenge Week Camp at KGV

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Xktd6hhwjE&feature=plcp 

Title: L'horrible Verite (directed by Jake Skinner)

Program: FOF Challenge Week Camp at KGV

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

 

Title: Film Noir III (directed by Nusrat Chowdhrury)

Program: FOF Challenge Week Camp at KGV

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

 

Title: Heartbreaker (directed by Vincent Lam)

Program: FOF Challenge Week Camp at KGV

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

 

Title: Opening MV for FOF Summer Camp at HKCC (designed & edited by Danny Tinworth)

Program: FOF Summer Camp at HK Cricket Club 2012

Filmmakers: 10 to 17 years old

 

Title: There's Something Wrong with My Sister (directed by Lydia Lane)

Program: FOF Summer Camp at HK Cricket Club 2012

Filmmakers: 10 to 17 years old

 

Title: Lady in the Dark (directed by Ernest Cheng)

Program: FOF Summer Camp 2012

Filmmakers: 14 to 17 years old

 

Title: Everybody Lies (directed by Justin Tsang)

Program: FOF Summer Camp 2012

Filmmakers: 14 to 17 years old

 

Title: Potential (directed by Adrianne Lam)

Program: FOF Summer Camp 2012

Filmmakers: 14 to 17 years old

 

Title: The Good, the Bad and the Silly

Program: FOF Summer Camp 2012

Filmmakers: 14 to 17 years old

 

Title: Orange You Glad to See Me?

Program: FOF Easter Camp 2012

Filmmakers: 11 to 17 years old

Genre: Narrative  Running time: 3:38min  Synopsis: Fare thee well ... the little grown-up has decided to say to orange, his long time intimate companion along his growth. When he was hiding at a corner, prepared to enjoy eating another orange, peeling, his old companion is back ... with much disappointment!

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Title: The Orange Chaser

Program: FOF Easter Camp 2012

Film makers: 11 to 17 years old

Genre: Narrative  Running time: 2:39min  Synopsis: For orange, we risk our life, we betray our friends, we stumble ... and still, we are losing it to someone's hand ...

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Title: Orange Hostage

Program: FOF Easter Camp 2012

Film makers: 11 to 17 years old

Genre: Narrative  Running time: 1:42min  Synopsis: Ever imagine your relationship with orange could be so mysterious and could generate hostility?! From using it to beat down the kidnapper and at last, Orange's mysterious appearance at your exit from escaping ... everything is still left in mystery.

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Title: The Lord of the Fruit

Program: FOF Easter Camp 2012

Film makers: 11 to 17 years old

Genre: Narrative  Running time: 2:55min  Synopsis: Orange possesses energy to enchant people? That's the case in this short movie. See how people who encountered such orange got affected ... and the 'victims' gathered again in heaven ...  

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Title: Orange Fall

Program: FOF Easter Camp 2012

Film makers: 11 to 17 years old

Genre: Narrative, Detective  Running time: 2 min  Synopsis: Two young men found their target to tease - with orange. After the first few attempts of hitting the target, which are not successful at all, the two were arguing over each other and unexpectedly threw the orange in hand! This time, it's perfect hitting - but it might turn out to be a murderous case...

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The below 4 films are created by our students at our 'Outreach Programs' :

- ANA

- BREAKING IT OR NOT

- THE LIFE OF A GIRL

- CLEAN AIR ONE TWO GO

 

title:  ANA

program:  A Girl's Life

film makers:   14 to 17 years old

genre:  Narrative.  running time:  14 min.   synopsis:  A young girl with eating problems has trouble differentiating fiction from reality. Her psychiatrist tries to help her but she transitions more and more frequently between waking dreams and reality. Her world finally crumbles and she cuts herself violently bringing the seriousness of her condition to her family’s attention. ‘Ana’ is a fictional story inspired by the death of the screenwriter’s friend from the condition of anorexia.

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title:  BREAKING IT OR NOT

program:  A Girl's Life

filmmakers: 18 to 22 years old

genre:  Documentary, running time:  14:58  synopsis:  To explore the topic of gender stereotyping and what it means, this group of film makers chose to interview the transgender Wee Wee. With a leading question of ‘why don’t men wear makeup’ the piece goes deeply into how we define men and women in today’s society with interviews of people of all ages, races and genders.

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title:  THE LIFE OF A GIRL

program:  A Girl's Life

filmmakers:  11 to 13 years old

genre:  Narrative,  running time:  9 min,  synopsis:   A young girl who grows up with no mother marries a boy who grows up with no father. She works and he is a stay at home husband. The couple face ridicule from the people around them but decide to remain as they are.

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CLEAN AIR ONE TWO GO!  STUDENT PROMOTION VIDEO

 

 

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Selected works from Holiday Camps and Pangea Day:

Click on the images to see the full video!

 

 

"Beach Butcher"

dir: 15-year-old L. Hanson-Nolam

Liam's Beach Butcher takes butter knives very very seriously.

 

 

"Striking Distance"  

dir: 16-year-old K. Dekrey

A light-hearted look at twopeople trying to meet at the Hong Kong harbour, or is it?

 

 

"Orange Invasion"

dir: W.Smith and L.Furness

Part of a trilogy exploring an invasion of a different kind.

Participants aged 14-16.

 

"The Consequence"

dir: 16-year-old Fargo James Balliett

Suspense thriller based on Fargo's original script.

 

 

Scene from "Waiting for Godot"

Project week at Canadian International School of Hong Kong.

Participants aged 13-15.

 

"1500"

dir: 13-year-old A.J. Ballard

A Public Service Announcement for the Hong Kong harbour.

 

 

"Graham Street Market"

dir: 14-year-old Morgane Azevedo

A documentary on the historic Graham St. market before its demolition.

 

"She's Coming for Me"

dir: 12-year-old W. Smith

Think twice about messing with mother nature.

 

"Fear"

dir: 14-year-old Morgane Azevedo

As part of Pangea Day, Morgane expresses her views on fear.

 

"Sorrow"

dir: 14-year-old Morgane Azevedo

Morgane's view on Sorrow on this Pangea Day.

 

 

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