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Brookswood students share screens with Oscar winners

Some Brookswood Secondary Grade 12 students have created a film about overcoming obstructions.

They’ve just cleared a big one – finding an audience.

“I was completely shocked that it was chosen. When Mr. French [the film teacher] first told me that he wanted to use my film to showcase our studio, I thought he was joking it took a good ten minutes for me to be able to wrap my head around the news,” said student Lee Strutinski, Grade 12.

Their 2:40 minute piece, A Message of Perfection, was created at the BSS student film studio and will be shown as part of the student montage at the Langley International Film Festival this weekend.

They were assigned a film project that had to include obstructions of some kind.

“I really hope that this short film strikes something inside of each person that watches it, so that maybe one day we can all love ourselves for who we are, even through all the obstructions life throws at us,” said student filmmaker Jayda Alderson.

The rest of the team involved in A Message of Perfection includes Amanda Neidig, Tia Cannon and Koralyn Bligh.


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