‘Amazing opportunity’ for music and media students at BFI Southbank
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Students from Redbridge schools presented their work at a celebration of youth media.
Labib Hassian and Oludamola Ayeni, from Seven Kings High School, introduced the work produced over the past year by the Year 12 students at the BFI Southbank on Friday as part of Adobe Youth Voices.
Woodbridge High School’s Laura Darker and Freddie Lee showed work by Year 8 students at the school, while Lauren Hodge, Hasnat Raza, Liam Phelan, Hunnana Tariq and Nazlin Herbert, from Redbridge College, introduced work by the music and media students.
Nazlin, who also sang at the event, said: “I really enjoyed taking part in Adobe Youth Voices and it was an amazing opportunity to present my work as well as perform to such a big audience.
“Seeing it shown on the screen at the BFI has made me want to make more films and music videos, and also to get them shown.”
The project was delivered by Eastside Educational Trust, a youth arts provider based in Shoreditch.
Participants can also apply for a scholarship which offers support to recipients for tuition fees for up to four years.students have This year students’ work tackled a wide range of subjects including climate change, cyber-bullying and ethical fashion.