Announcement of results:
Awards Schools Students
Grand Prize Maryknoll Convent School Megan Tse, Chloe Ching, Suzanne Lam, Natalie Ng
Second Prize SKH Lam Kau Mow Secondary School Raymond Fung, Arthur Lo, Terry Tang, Ben Hon, Andy Chung
Third Prize HK True Light College Lee Cheuk Sum, Po Lok Sum, Cheng Suet Man, So Yi Kei Victoria, Chow Tsz Yu
Five Merit Awards
(In no particular order)
King's College Aiden Chat, Donald Ma, Richard Fung, Philip Fung, James Pang
Lock Tao Sec School Godfrey Lo Hong Kiu, Vincent Wong
St Mark's School Lo Cheuk Nam Nigel, Au Kam Yiu, Orme Christina Elizabeth, Lau Hiu Ying, Luk Tsz Yan, Ngai Ming Yu
Yuen Long Merchant Association Secondary School Wong Tsoi Huen, Ko Tsz Wai, Wong Ka Wai, Chen Sze Ming
SKH Lam Kau Mow Secondary School Ma Tsz Hang, Calvin Yang, Chiu Yan Ho, Wong Yip Chun, Tsang Shun Wai
Best Copywriting Award Maryknoll Convent School Megan Tse, Chloe Ching, Suzanne Lam, Natalie Ng
Most Popular Video Award Yuen Long Merchant Association Secondary School Wong Tsoi Huen, Ko Tsz Wai, Wong Ka Wai, Chen Sze Ming
Most Active Participating School Award Tak Nga Secondary Girls' School /

About the competition:
Are you an aspiring filmmaker? Showcase your creativity and join Oxford University Press’ Junior Secondary English Video Competition—Hong Kong through My Eyes!
 
What do you like most about living in Hong Kong? Capture what you think is special about our city in a two-minute video and introduce your favourite things about Hong Kong to teens around the world.
 
Eligibility:
All local junior secondary school students (S1 to S3) in Hong Kong
 
Submission deadline:
8 March 2018 (Thursday)
 
Awards and prizes:
Grand Prize   Cinema vouchers/gift cards valued at HK$5,000  
Second prize   Cinema vouchers/gift cards valued at HK$1,000  
Third prize   Cinema vouchers/gift cards valued at HK$800  
Five Merit Awards   Cinema vouchers/gift cards valued at HK$500  
Best Copywriting Award   Cinema vouchers/gift cards valued at HK$500  
Most Popular Video Award   Cinema vouchers/gift cards valued at HK$500  
Most Active Participating School Award   50 Oxford Bookworms Library readers  
 
★ The school with the highest number of entries will receive the Most Active Participating School Award.
★ Certificates of participation will be issued to all participants.

Judges:
Dr Margaret Ng Ngoi-yee 
Politician, barrister, 
writer and columnist
 
Dr Danny Leung
Associate Professor,
Open University of Hong Kong;
English Language Consultant, English Made Easy 2017
 

 
Mr Kelvin Tso
Film Director

Language:
English only
 
General guidelines:
  • 2–8 students from the same school per group
  • Participants should fill in the application form below and provide a YouTube link to the video. The video should be no longer than 2 minutes.
  • A promotional caption of 150–200 words should be submitted along with the competing video link.
  • No copyrighted material should be used without the creator’s permission.
 
Judging criteria:
Creativity and imagination   20%
Relevance to the theme       20%
Clarity of message 10%
Language accuracy 20%
Performance
(verbal & non-verbal communication)  
20%
Visual appeal & technical execution 10%

 Important dates:
Submission deadline 8 Mar 2018
Announcement of shortlisted entries on OUP’s website 24 Mar 2018
Voting period on YouTube 24 Mar 2018–6 Apr 2018
Results announcement 20 Apr 2018
Awards presentation April - May 2018
 
Shortlisted videos:
Click here to watch the videos!

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