Ardnamurchan High’s Gaelic medium pupils in triple Film G success 

Parker Dawes and his fellow film makers at Ardnamurchan High School notched up a notable success in the film competition. NO F08 Film G pic 1
Parker Dawes and his fellow film makers at Ardnamurchan High School notched up a notable success in the film competition. NO F08 Film G pic 1

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Ardnamurchan High school third year Gaelic medium pupil Parker Dawes and his team of fellow students have recently achieved some major successes in this year’s annual Film G Gaelic short film competition.

Parker’s independent production ‘Spies-r-Us’ has earned him the top young film maker award and a prize of £500 to go toward film equipment or training.

In addition to this award, the film has also achieved success in the Best Production and Best film in the 12-17 fluent Gaelic speakers categories.

Parker has entered the competition every year since S1 and has been improving his skills in filming, production and editing to produce fantastic short films.

All this would not have been possible though without the rest of his team
which consisted of several other S1-3 Gaelic Medium pupils who contributed greatly with excellent acting performances  and assisted with the production.

The school said it is very proud to have such talent in its midst and to have played a
part in developing the skills required for this amazing success.

The awards programme will be broadcast on BBC Alba on February 25.