Awards

Film Festival Awards and Nominations for Synthetica

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Best Narrative & Film of the Year | Pixelate Film Festival 2015

Winners

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Blue Boy (2015) Directed by Max Jedwab

Adobe Certified Associate in Video Communication Using Adobe Premiere Pro | 2015

 

Best of 1st Year | Pixelate Film Festival 2014

Shortlisted

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Claire Stevens directed Sole Mate, a short silent film about a young man’s journey to find his perfect match when he wakes up to discover one of his flip flops has disappeared.

Pixelate Film Festival is the annual film festival held in Falmouth, Cornwall that celebrates the best of the student work from Falmouth University.


2010 NFTE Global Young Entrepreneur of the Year

 UK Winner

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The Global Young Entrepreneur Awards are an opportunity for the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship to identify and recognise young people from across the globe who demonstrate excellence in learning and dedication to their entrepreneurial pursuits. Each year, NFTE honours one young entrepreneur from each of our program offices at our annual Global Gala.

Claire was selected as the UK winner for her business plan and attended the Gala and Exhibition in New York, where she presented her business to over 500 business people.


2011 National Rock Challenge Video Competition

Runner Up

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Rock Challenge  invites a school or college to build a team between 20 and 100 performers with extra stage and support crew to present a dance-drama performance of their own choreography and concept.

The short film competition invites the teams to submit a film charting their journey from concept to competition.


ESSA Manifesto for Change Short Film Competition 2009

Shortlisted

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The idea behind the competition was to collect the throughts and views of young people and form the Manifesto for Education. ESSA asked young people to make short videos on any subject they feel strongly about and the best would be shown on Channel 4, one of the scheme’s sponsors.

Claire’s film How to Make School Cool, was shortlisted within the category of ‘Enjoying Education’ and attended the Awards Ceremony at the Channel 4 Studios in London, presented by Jack Whitehall.