Filmmakers make national finals again!

Young filmmakers at Burnham Market Primary School have been nominated for another national award - this time for a film about green energy.

Their short film ‘Thinking Green’ has been shortlisted in the Into Film Awards which celebrates and showcases the phenomenal breadth and depth of young filmmaking talent across the UK.

The category they've been shortlisted in is the `Time For Action' section, where filmmakers were asked to make a film about a part of the world they wanted to change - and in their case, Green Energy. 

Burnham Market is the only Primary school in the category and now the children have been invited to the red carpet final ceremony, which will be taking place at the Odeon on Leicester Square in London, on Tuesday 25th June.

Teacher Ashley Williams said: “These awards are pretty much the equivalent of the children’s BAFTAs so it is a pretty big deal, especially as this is the second national film award Burnham Market has been nominated for in the last two years. A pretty outstanding accomplishment!”

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Last year, Burnham Market beat schools all over the country to win a national award for their film on e-safety.