We are thrilled to announce that Johannes Black of 10 Shine has been awarded first prize for his interpretation of William Blake’s ‘The Tyger’. In his short film, Blake’s omniscient God is replaced by the all-knowing internet and there is an awareness of the duality of man throughout.
Lisa Mae Evans from 10 Marsden shot a beautiful film highlighting her artistic talents. The confident reading of the poem is by Eleanor Goodhead.
10 Worsdell’s film was a more humorous take on the poem, using outdoor locations well for effect.
8 Blackaby presented a quirky film highlighting the wild tiger within the domestic cat.
7 Kilby worked well together with Thomas Seymour reading the poem in an engaging and confident tone.
7 Payne used music as a background to their reading of the poem which creates an almost trance-like effect.
Lauren Prisk of 10 Marsden has been awarded top marks for her handwritten version of the poem. It was a pleasure to see such carefully presented work from all the forms.
Well done to all and thank you for participating. You have all earned House points which we will be passing on to Mr Raggett for inclusion in the final tally!