The winner of the Ryhall mini-film contest is Emily Henshaw for her brilliant entry, Creepy Consuela. Her video was judged to be “dynamic and innovative” and the judges congratulated Emily and her team on such an excellent effort.
They received a cash prize and certificate.
Nick Bellairs, organiser of the contest for the village hall, said: “The judges were impressed by all the entries they received and they thank everyone who took part.”
The other young competition entrants were also praised for their excellent efforts and were awarded Highly Commended certificates.
Neve Clarke’s Survivors was highly thought of too. The judges said it was original and thought-provoking.
Joshua Bland, Joshua Jordan and Samuel Burke were praised for their entry School Skate Life. It was “entertaining and fun” said the judges.
Billie-Nicole Chan and Amie Ford can hold their heads high for Hat Attack.
The judges said it was “amusing and original”.
Mr Bellairs said: “The youngsters put a lot of hard work into making their films different and interesting. There’s a lot of talent in our area and all our film-makers should feel very proud.
“We hope to show the films all as part of a festival in Ryhall at some future date.”