Pt England along with other schools went to Sylvia Park to watch the films that
they have made. When we got into the Cinema I looked around at the people seated. As I continued up the stairs I managed to find an empty row of seats so me Toko, Matthew and Aidan walked along towards the end and waited patiently as the films began.
The lights dimmed and the introduction began. It informed us about what the Manaiakalani Film Festival is and what it means. After that finished Tamaki College presented us with a funny and hilarious movie about the One Direction Eastside Styles. Laughing, cheering and whistling was the sound after the movie finished, a sign of congrats from the crowd. Us Pt England School was up next and Toreka and Makerita presented us with a movie called Pick A Path. A movie made by the year seven and eight extension group. At first I didn’t get the point of the film but when I watched it again today I got it and I think that it had a good meaning to it.
After like heaps more films this exhilarating festival was over for us. The lights brightened and Pt England stood up and left the Cinema leaving Tamaki College to watch the rest of the films. We exited the mall and we rustled through the carpark trying to locate our classes. After reconnecting with my class we boarded the bus awaiting the journey back to school.
After having a good day out I think I liked the The Room 18 Test movie the best because it was funny and I liked the way they didn’t talk throughout the movie. The Manaiakalani Film Festival was cool and I liked it.