'Framed' depicts the emotional journey of a young teenage boy as he comes to terms with the death of his parents in a car crash. He imagines that a photo of his parents comes alive, and uses this to give him the strength he needs to move on with his life. It was written, filmed and edited by us originally for the QEH Lizzies Film Competition (in which we won our category), but it was also screened at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival, and won the Under 15s category at the Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Competition!
We have shot a few different live event videos for the music department at QEH Bristol (4 in total), this one being the shortest. This is (almost) the whole Battle of the Bands event, where bands made up of boys at the school compete against each other. Unfortunately this is one of the only concerts we can stream online, in almost all the rest the majority of the music is copyrighted.
This is our video created to promote the Year 9 QEH MasterChef competition, and was written, filmed and edited in the course of about two weeks. The concept was for a comedy video, which is a parody of animal cruelty adverts that are often shown on TV (though we think they are important), in order to get across the message that cooking is a necessary life skill.
A video we made for the QEH music department, to encourage more students to take up instrumental tuition lessons. The format and style of the video were chosen by the client, with us left to shoot the video and edit it together.
Originally made just to be shown to QEH Years 7 & 8, this video we created during just one week at school, 8Z Healthy Eating Assembly, ended up being shown to the whole school, and being featured on the QEH website. This video was a lot of fun to make, especially the music video part. Includes both a 'Terry Tate' and a Taylor Swift parody.
Our entry (an Apple advert parody) for the 2013 QEH Lizzies Film Competition, which won the award for best live action in the 'Beginner' category.
A video we made in Year 7 for BBC School report, which QEH was taking part in; a report on the 20mph speed limit Bristol City Council was going to be implementing imminently. The website for QEH School Report is still live (and the video is still hosted on the YouTube channel associated with the site), and it can be viewed here: https://sites.google.com/site/qehbristolschoolreport/.
A project we completed in Year 7 all about Chepstow Castle, which we were studying at the time. It was quite a lot of effort just for a history project, but we had a great time and improved our documentary making skills.
This is our entry to the Lizzies 2012 film competition, with the title 'An Uninvited Guest'. The story is perhaps not our strongest, but it was our debut film at QEH and was well received by those who saw it.
The video that began it all. The first video of his Chris ever showed to others outside his family, and which lead us both to come together for future videos. The video was intended to be just for a Year 5 project on the Beatles, but ended up being shown to the whole of Clifton High School. We should mention that this is not a video which should be relied on for factual information, as whilst we believe it is mostly factually accurate there are some details which were probably fabricated!