It’s The Temple Run by the Students Oakridge School
Students of 8th grade at Oakridge School make pride their school by placing the handy-cam made movie ‘Temple Run’ for screening in the 18th International Children Film Festival.
Speaking to the media here on Friday, that “Temple Run” is an adventurous movie shot with a handi-cam with whatever resources they had on hand. Flanked by the little directors of the film, their guide Ramesh and Adi Lakshmi, and the principal of their school expressed happy that the number of students are coming forward to take up similar projects.
“It is a unique experience and we are so delighted. What began as a project work could finally ended making it to a prestigious forum like the ICFFI,” said the little directors who worked for the project when they were in the Seventh Standard.
It was all an in-house product as shooting, editing and other technical work was done on the school campus, said Principal Adi Lakshmi. Guide Ramesh wanted more encouragement for making children films.
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