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28 October 2014

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"Romeo and Juliet - A Royal Bloodbath"

By Haywood City Learning Centre - submitted by Susan Kuzubasoglu

Featuring Brownhills, Haywood, Holden Lane and Birches Head High School

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About this film

The Haywood City Learning Centre and Creative Partnerships Stoke on Trent provided an exciting opportunity for pupils and teachers in a one-day workshop. After researching shakespeare's works on the Internet, each group had to act out their chosen piece and sell their ideas to the rest of the group.

Three Arts Practitioners from Infinite Arts developed workshops for students and teachers to engage in. Stop frame animation, theatre make-up and music/audio teams worked with the artists, while a documentary team filmed and interviewed the participants about their learning experience. The animations, images, music and audio were then edited together to produce a 60 second film.

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It was okay but i did not like it as much as i thought and i think it could improve a little more

it was quite good. one of the best pieces on here. how old are the students in it?

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