Past Winning Campaigns

Films

Here are the incredible films made by previous Sharp Shotz winners

Think Before You Post

The Think Before You Post Team are campaigning to raise awareness of the dangers of sexting and for there to be more education for young people around this difficult issue.

Think Beyond Autism

The Think Beyond Autism Team are campaigning to raise awareness of the high levels of bullying faced by young people with autism, with the aim to educate their peers to see the person beyond the label.

You Are Not Alone

Your Are Not Alone is a campaign which aims to encourage children and young people experiencing abuse to access help, and calling for the wider community to help spread the message that - You Are Not Alone. The campaign is led by pupils from Fairfield High School.

Don’t Stress its Pointless

Don't Stress it's Pointless is a campaign calling for the National Curriculum to include lessons on how to manage exam stress in order to prevent young people turning to smoking, taking drugs and self harm as ways to deal with the Stress caused by Exams. The campaign is led by pupils from Broadoak College, Weston Super Mare.

A Fair Day's Work

A Fair Day's Work highlights how children and adults are working in horrendous conditions in order that we have a mobile phone…The Film is made by made by pupils from Fairfield High School, working with animation and film students from University of the West of England..

Anybody Anywhere

Anybody Anywhere highlights the rise in Sex Trafficking in the UK, made by pupils from Fairfield High School, working with animation and film students from University of the West of England, as part of the Sharp Shotz Film Campaign Competition 2014/15.

Digital Dangers

Digital Dangers explores how we are happy to share things on social media WITH TOTAL STRANGERS that we would never dream of sharing in ‘REAL LIFE’, and the dangers this can bring… Made by pupils from John Cabot Academy working with animation and film students from University of the West of England.

Lost for Words

Lost For Words - Cyber bullying takes away a person's freedom, destroying confidence, and causing pain, pain which can last longer than any physical bullying. The film offers a solution to this pain, through it's main character, talking to someone, and following a process of reconciliation with the cyberbully.

Caught UP

Caught Up - Addiction traps people in a web of destruction that destroys the hopes, beliefs and lives of the individual and those that love them. The film demonstrates that it is possible for someone to free themselves from the web of addiction, through hard work, belief and the love of their family.

Cyber Bull

The Cyber Bull is everywhere - hiding behind a phone, a computer, a tablet, scared but dangerous, capable of creating enormous harm if we let it. The film argues that cyber bullying is easy, as technology allows people to cause others harm whenever and wherever they are.

True Reflections

A boozy night at a party. Who do you really become? Created by the Tropics - B.Massey, C.Humphrey, M.Glanville, W.Humphrey, J.Handley, L.Box. Animated by Sophie Lowden. Title Track: 'I want to know me' written and performed by CHANTS www.sharp-shotz.com

Decision

Decision' - A bullied boy makes a decision that changes his life! Created by Youngerz - S. Vijaykumar, N.Doe, L.Sheikh, N.Anjum Winners of the Guns and Knives Category, Sharp Shotz Animation Competition 2010 Animated by: Sam Walsh Title Track: 'Children of War' written and performed by LOCI, vocals Eartha.

Parallel Lives'

Parallel Lives' is about a young man off to see friends, but before he leaves his home he has to make a choice, one ends in tragedy the other a fun afternoon. The film delivers it's message with great precision - that carrying a knife is statistically more dangerous than not carrying one, the choice is yours.

Turning My Life Around

Turning My Life Around' is the story of Kim, whose father's drink problem brought on by the death of Kim's mum brings terrible circumstances. The animation highlights in a graphic way how alcohol can be such a damaging force to individuals and their loved ones - Little Kim came from a discussion about our own life experiences.

10 Seconds

10 Seconds is the winning entry for the Guns and Knives category of the Sharp Shotz Animation Competition 2007/8, it was written by the Outlaw Yutez from City Academy Bristol. The team assisted Georgina Reynolds an animation student from the University of the West of England in the making of the film.

Nine Lives

Nine Lives is the winning entry for the Drugs category of the Sharp Shotz Animation Competition 2007/8, it was written by Brizzle from Fairfield High School, Bristol. The team assisted Tom Malins an animation student from the University of the West of England in the making of the film.

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