The 2017 Hall of Fame of Highly Commended Films is now up in the film archive – have a peek!
If your film wasn’t selected for the FIS Film Festival 2017 please do not be disheartened as the standard was very high. Keep making films, having fun and learning new things ! 🙂
FÍS Film Festival Finalists 2016
FÍS Highly Commended ‘HALL OF FAME’ Films 2016
Other nominees were:
Ardfert National School for “Treasure Earth”
St. Gerard’s Junior School for “The Nursery Crime”
Knockanean National School for “The children of 1916”
Congratulations to all our FIS entrants 2016. Have a great summer and we will be in touch early in September.
Whether you want to experiment with some new digital technology, try to approach a topic more creatively, or get all children in the class excited about learning through filmmaking, here is everything you need to know in nine structured lesson plans, that you can use according to your own needs.
A wonderful day was had by all yesterday at the Helix. 24 category winners were announced. Keep an eye on the site for photos and highlights from the show over the coming days.
Congratulations to all our finalists at the FÍS Film Festival next Tuesday 3rd November at the Helix:
Ardfert National School for “The Fight for Freedom”
Behy National School for “Runaway Circus”
Carrigaline Educate Together National School for “The Great Lego Rescue”
Cloonloo National School for “The Unknown Force”
Dungourney National School for “The Clonmult Ambush”
Kealkill National School for “Sammy Salmon’s Survival”
Killocraun National School for “An Easter to Remember”
Little Angels Special School, Letterkenny for “Space Movie Psi”
Redeemer Girls National School, Dundalk for “The Jelly that Wouldn’t Wobble”
Saint Attracta’s National School, Charlestown for “Back in the Springtime”
Scoil Bhríde, Galway for “I Wish”
Scoil Cholmcille, Cork for “World War II Newsreel”
Scoil Eoin Naofa, Roscrea for “The Golden Grove Leprechaun Strikes Again”
Scoil Fhursa Boys National School, Coolock for “Scoil Fhursa Infomercial”
Scoil Raifteirí, Castlebar, Co. Mayo for “Bealach Glas”
Spa National School, Tralee for “William and Mary Together Forever”
St. Finnian’s National School, Waterville for “Micko’s Missing Medals”
St. Hugh’s National School, Dowra for ‘“The Secret Life of Tess McGourty”
St. John the Baptist National School, Midleton for “The Three Little Wolves
St. Joseph’s National School, Ballyheigue for “The Chase”
St. Patrick’s National School, Charlestown for “We Will Remember Them!”
St. Patrick’s National School, Slane for “The Famine Secret”
St. Peter’s Boys National School, Monasterevin for “Saved All But One”
Togher National School, Dunmanway for “Day-Dreamers”
The Annual FÍS Film Festival Award Ceremony 2015
will be will be streamed live (via webcast)
Tuesday 3rd November 2015 from 12.30 – 2.30 pm
More details to follow.