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Dornoch pupil seeks votes in Gaelic film competition

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Tain pupils are hooked on Simon Says in a funny drama.
Tain pupils are hooked on Simon Says in a funny drama.

Young film makers taking part in the Gaelic "FilmG" short film competition need votes to get them to the next stage – including a Dornoch Academy pupil.

The competition attracted a record-breaking 103 entries this year and 75 of its original films were made by people aged 5-18.

Luke Fairns of Dornoch Academy, who uses filmmaking as a means of keeping up his Gaelic-language skills now that he attends a school where Gaelic isn’t on the curriculum, made a vlog-style diary of his summer holiday to St Andrews in Fife.

And Tain Royal Academy pupils also took part with a drama film Sìm (Simon), in which pupils become hooked on a Simon Says-style app.

Visit www.filmg.co.uk to see this year’s entries and to vote.

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