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Videos created and produced by students.
Grab a bowl of popcorn, find a comfy seat and watch the best of the 2019 NSW Film by ... film festivals.
With kids spending more time online due to COVID-19, students at Punchbowl Boys High share their film about taking control of your e-sports activity.
Look for the celebrity cameo in this companion piece to Jack and Tom by students at Miranda Public, Caringbah Public and Port Hacking High schools.
Students worked with Indigenous artist and elder Badger Bates to create an artwork reflecting connection to country, specifically the Baaka (Darling River).
The community created a permanent water feature at the school, with symbols relevant to the four Aboriginal groups that live within the Bourke region.
Year 10 students created a temporary, site-specific work on the school grounds from recycled glass tiles. The artwork acts like an oasis, a buffer from playground noise.
Jack and Tom was created by students at Miranda Public School and Port Hacking High School and follows two childhood friends who go off to fight in World War I.
We follow our Punchbowl Boys High School filmmaking team as they work together to create a message for their peers about the dangers of e-sports.