Abbey CBS Newry Grammar School

The Abbey Grammar School
77a, Ashgrove Road
Newry
Co Down, BT34 1QN
N Ireland
+44 (0) 28 3026 3142

Moving Image Art

Year 8 Film Club
Film Club was a huge success with the Year 8’s. They created 2 films and 1 animation that focused on their key targets, discussed by their Year Tutor Mrs Elmore in Term 1. These were: Independent Learning, Manners and Bullying. A huge thank you to the A2 senior students who gave up their time to become Year 8 buddies.


CCEA Showcase 2016

Huge congratulations to Moving Image Arts students Caolan Clarke and Pheya Tribelsky. Caolan was awarded 1st place in Best Film at AS Level and Pheya was placed 5th at A2 Level film for CCEA’S annual Showcase. The event was held on the 24th November 2016 in the prestigious Queen’s Film Theatre.

The Moving Image Arts department are very proud of their success. Well done Caolan and Pheya!!

 

CCEA Showcase 2017

 On the 23rd of November three MIA students were successfully placed at the prestigious annual CCEA Showcase event in the Odyssey, Belfast. Niamh Cassidy was placed joint second in the A2 Level category of animation, Owen Tuoey was placed joint second in the GCSE category of film and Caolan Clarke was placed 5th at A2 Level film. The MIA department are extremely proud of Niamh, Caolan and Owen.

A2 Work

Georgia Morgan – Inspired by Wong Kar-Wai.

Further education In NI:

QUB

BA Hons in Broadcast Production.
BA Hons. in Film Studies & Production.
BA Hons in Film & Theatre Making.

Ulster University

BSc Hons Cinematic Arts
BSc Hons Interactive Media
BA Hons Media Studies and Production
BDes Hons Animation
BDes Hons Interaction Design

Work experience for MIA students and BFI Academy participants

Northern Ireland Screen helps source work experience opportunities for 16-18 year olds on Northern Ireland Screen funded productions. The programme provides work experience opportunities for 16-18 year olds who are either studying Moving Image Arts (MIA) at AS or A level or are already selected for the BFI Academy (BFIA) in Northern Ireland. MIA and BFIA students will gain meaningful real world industry experience guided by industry professionals. Work experience opportunities will be on live action or animated factual or fiction projects across film, television or digital content. Work experience opportunities in writing, directing, producing or acting are not offered. Work experience opportunities will be timed to suit each production’s schedule and may be offered during schools holiday periods or other busy periods during the academic year. Schools, BFIA delivery organisations, teachers and students should allow for this possibility when applying for placements.

Quick Contact Details

Mrs L. Doey

Curriculum Information

Departmental Staff

Mrs L. Doey

Head Of Department

Ms O. Hughes
Mr R. McCann

MIA Technician

Departmental Photo Gallery

Departmental Links

MIA Microsite