Film Competition 2014
After the success in 2013, the Sigmatak Film Competition ran again in 2014 with a bigger prize of an Apple Imac, 11-16 year olds were invited to create a film choosing from one of the following themes :
- Privacy : What is Privacy and why does it matter? Are we giving away our right to privacy when we go online? What can we do to maintain personal privacy whilst enjoying the benefits of the internet? Film to give advice on how we may maintain our privacy online.
- Companies and the internet : Why is it important for companies to have internet safety awareness for its staff? What can happen to a company if staff click on email links from strangers or lose their USB memory sticks containing sensitive information about their company?
- Stranger danger : Is it okay for children to chat to strangers online? What are the dangers and how may these be avoided? Film to give advice for children on dangers of sharing information to strangers and what the potential impacts would be.
We had an even higher number of entries in 2014 and are pleased to announce the winning entry by Charlotte Thomas (Aged (15). Watch the Winning entry and the runners up here.
Runners Up 2014
Who's Watching by Ella Wood (Aged 16)
Don't be Fred by Timothy Guest (Aged 13)
The Ghost of Common Sense by Luke Jones (Aged 14)
Privacy Christian (Aged 11), Jonel (Aged 12), Mariam (Aged 12), Valentina (Aged 12)
Comeback Bunny by Fatma (Aged 11), Gabriel (Aged 12), Stephanie (Aged 12)