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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

L.D.S. Youth in Wales Nab Top Film Prize


An enterprising group of L.D.S. youth in Wales nabbed the top prize in a competition offered by the Welsh Assembly Government.
Their work won them the top prizes of £1,000 each in the competition Your Future Your Feature, which was organised to promote the Assembly Government’s new Pupil Voice Wales website.
The youths were presented with their prizes by Welsh film director Marc Evans and the First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones according to the article, "Young film-makers’ glory" in Wales Online.

The video entitled, Youth Voice - Super Choice can be seen in the embedded video above or at this link on Pupil Voice Wales.

The LDS Church Group from Merthyr Tydfil created a fantasy in which Superman was called in to lecture a sarcastic teacher on how to respect young people.
Congrats all around. I'm particularly impressed with their low budget special effects. Not many budding filmmakers would deign to take on Superman.

The LDS Church Group from Merthyr Tydfil created a fantasy in which Superman was called in to lecture a sarcastic teacher on how to respect young people.
Respecting young people is a favorite subject and one I've addressed on this blog before.

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