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Thank you to all those who entered the 2022/23 RE:View Film Competition on the theme of Cambridge in your Classroom. The winners will be announced at the next Faculty of Divinity Open Day. The next competition will be announced in the Autumn.


Previous Winners

Thank you to everyone who has entered this competition previously. The film makers listed below have all signed declarations that the films are their own work and that permission has been sought and granted for all images, music and film and that they received permission from anyone who appears in the film to use their image and (where appropriate) their words for the purposes of this film. 

The views and opinions in these films are those of the creators and do not necessarily reflect those of any member of the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge.

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2021/22 Winners (Cambridge in Your Classroom)

Winner of the Year 9-11 category was Seth Cade, Stuart Brown and Andrew Brett from the Royal Grammar School for their film on How has artwork shaped modern Christianity? Their film was inspired by the Cambridge in your Classroom film on The Annunciation. Highly commended in the Year 9-11 category went to Origins of the Apocalypse by Clemency Gething and Bella Platts-Martin of Notting Hill and Ealing High School, and God’s Plan: End of the World by George Dickman and Christian Morpeth, St Robert of Newminster Catholic School. Both runners up were both inspired by the question ‘What is the Apocalypse?’.

Joint Winners of the Year 12-13 category were Bella Jennings and Esme Johnson of James Allen's Girls' School for their film on How we can respond to suffering? and Tabitha Stuart of Putney High School for her film on Rapture Anxiety: A Modern Ideology of Fear?. The inspiration behind the two winning films was the story of Krishna and the Gopis and The Apocalypse (a popular choice in this year’s competition!).

2020/21 Winners (50 Religious Treasures of Cambridge)

The winner of the Year 9-11 category was Antinous: Boy lover of Hadrian by Alison Chang and Sarah Hilali, Bentley Wood High School. This film was inspired (as were many of the other entries) by the sculpture of Antinous as Dionysus, which can be found in the Museum of Classical Archaeology in Cambridge. Highly commended in the Year 9-11 category were Birth Zak Smith, Roding Valley High School, Antinous as Dionysus Ayana Pathak and Anjola Adesina, James Allen's Girls' School and The River God Rebecca Stanton, Bullers Wood School for Girls            

Winner of the Year 12-13 category was A Short Introduction to St. Margaret of Antioch by Yasmin Herron-Isa, Leyton Sixth Form College. This film was inspired by the La Vie de Madame Sainte Marguerite manuscript, which can be found in St. Catherine's College's library in Cambridge. Highly commended in the Year 12-13 category was Some Thoughts on Paradise Lost Kyle Kirkpatrick, Bristol Grammar School, and  Seventh century coins and our relationship with money by Mohit Agarwal, William Perkin Church of England High School

2019/20 Winners (50 Religious Treasures of Cambridge)

The Key Stage 5 winner was Inspiring Hindu Women by Ishika Shah (Wembley High Technology College) and inspired by the religious treasure, the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. The Key Stage 3/4 winner was Religious Artefacts: Isis and Her Child Horus by Mohammed Ali Shubbar (Nower Hill High School) exploring the features of an Isis and Horus figurine and its significance to the study of religion.

Runners up were Enthujan Arulvannan, Dev Raicha, Kyle Solanki & Dilan Shah, who were inspired by the Umayyad and Justinian coins, Zarlakhta Edris, Diya Kotecha, Muneera Mohamoud & Aishah Aslam, who were inspired by the Roman statue of Antinous and Luke Weatherald, Robbie Holmes, Finlay Miller & Ben Wilson, who were inspired by the photograph of a cup-winning football team in Nigeria in 1930

2018/19 Winners (Religious Spaces)

Eve Tobin (The Way of St James), Charlie Theodosius (Religious Spaces: A forest chapel), Elanor Wilde, and Olivia Welch (Rituals) were named joint first-place winners of the 2018 Re:View Cambridge Religion on Film Competition. 

2017/18 (Religious Objects)

Overall winner: Susmita Dave,  ; Winner (Year 9-11 category): Danial Sayani, 'Religious objects: Do they matter to everyday people?' Commended: Numair Tejani, 'Arts of the Muslim World'; Delphine Greco, 'Religious Artefacts: Representation of God'; Lucy Adams, 'The Lion Man'; Faizan Mirza and Uzair Chaudhry, 'The Kaaba'

2016/17 (Open Theme)

Overall winner Save RS! - Barbora Formanko, Madeleine Compton and Roisin Robinson; Second Place: Debating Euthanasia: a Christian Perspective - Rebecca Whant and Clara TuffreyA Discussion about the Implementation of Hudud Law in Malaysia - Juliana Ganendra, Srija Ghosh, Isabella Vereker and Elizabeth Lu. Third Place: What does faith mean? - Billy Arthur and Tom Dando; IVF: the fertilisation frustration - Matthew Green, Mackenzie Mully and Andrew Palmer. Highly Commended Films: Religion vs the World -  Jemima Humphries and Layo Edu; Religious perspectives on euthanasia - Adam Koep, Ellie Cooke and Amy Upot; Religion and Power - Jennifer Hay; A creed, a faith, a religion - Nyasha Thomas and Aeronwy Withers; What is the meaning of life?  - Mya, Porsha, Katy and Raabiya; We are able to link to some films, where the creators have given us permission. 

2015 (The Senses and Religion)

Overall winner: Elaine Kim, The role of the senses in Buddhism.

2014 (Open Theme)

Overall winner: Billie Coulson, with 'The Niqab in Schools'

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