Competition entrants created and submitted a short video on the theme ‘My more wonderful world’, in which they were asked to tell the story of how they, or someone they know, would make the world a better place.
Mark Mit, winner of the competition's junior category, said:
“It feels amazing to have won this award. I’m very excited to join Bloom World Academy where they will help me learn the skills I need to reach my dream of creating games in the metaverse.”
While Sana Sajin, winner of the senior category, shared:
“I’m really happy to be here today and truly grateful for the opportunity to study at such an amazing school. There aren’t many opportunities for filmmakers or actors my age out there and this competition really helped me learn more skills and it paid off at the end."
John Bell, Principal of Bloom World Academy said:
“We have been Incredibly impressed by the entries that we have received and want to thank each and every family that has taken part in the Young Directors Award competition. We have seen some exceptional entries which have filled me with hope that our young people really will make an impact on the world and help build a more positive future. Congratulations to all who participated, and we are very excited to welcome Mark and Sana to Bloom World Academy.”
The winning entries were selected by a panel of judges including Saeed Aljanahi, Director of Operations, Dubai Film & TV Commission, John Bell, Principal, Bloom World Academy, Nyla Usha, actress and host of The Big Breakfast Club on Hit 96.7, Nahla Al Fahad, Emirati Director, and Helen Farmer, Dubai Eye 103.8 radio presenter.