Young film-makers from St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Keighley are in the frame

Youngsters get the red carpet treatment

Children from St Joseph's Primary School enjoy their film premiere at the Picture House

Actors from The Capsule, from left, Millie Marsh, Ava Traviator, teacher Ben Palmer and Jack Walmsley

First published in Keighley

Pupils at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Keighley have produced a film.

The Capsule was being screened yesterday at the town’s Picture House cinema, with a red carpet laid down for the children.

The Capsule was written, filmed and edited by year five pupils with the help of adults in the school’s media club.

It was created over six weeks, starting with the crash landing of the capsule and the subsequent investigation by pupils.

The film was developed as part of the creative curriculum to provide students with a wide range of writing and other skills.

Head Sue Long said: “They have risen to the challenge of writing and producing a film to be shown at the Keighley Picture House cinema.

"The children have shown amazing talent and commitment and had fun in the process.”

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