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Schools Film Exchange

MTR are working with the Winton Primary School in Islington where the children are producing a film that explores their everyday lives. In addition, the children at Yahya Benjlil's School, Mansouria, located in Zagora, Morocco are also producing a film about their everyday lives.

Both films have been part of a cultural exchange project, where both groups of young people have exchanged letters and as a result, produced films in order to learn about each others lives.

The film exchange aims to happen by March 2007.

For more information on this project, please contact Mouth That Roars.

Over the Christmas period Winton Primary School raised £90.00 for the Mansouria School. This will enable them to purchase animation equipment in order to continue the film process and produce an animation as the second phase to their exchange.

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Mansouria YP Comments

"If we screened our film in London, we are sure they will like it because maybe they have never seen such a life"
All the children

"There is no lie, the truth is in the film. This is fact, this is our lives"
All the children

"We are proud of the film and our lives"
Mustafa 10 yrs

"On the TV itís fiction but our film is real"
Lubna 10 yrs

"From doing this we have learnt how to make a film together"
All the children

"The main thing here is to introduce ourselves and then we get to know each other"
Sofian 10 yrs

"We have learnt that one is not better than the other, itís seeing the positive difference"
Lubna 10 yrs

"We have seen from the London childrenís film that they all can have a ball, where we only have one ball that we share and play [with] together. "
Sofian 10 yrs

"We, of course own the film. It is all our work"
All the children

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