Bullying tackled in film

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Fraserburgh Academy pupils have become familiar with getting in front of a camera, having already been praised for two films that they have created last year.

Now, two brothers behind the Energetica competition’s winning entry have began work on another production.

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Noble Brothers Productions, helmed by John-William Noble, a teacher at the academy, and Graeme Noble are leading the students through the world of cinematography in a film that aims to tackle the world of school bullying.

Titled ‘Desolation’, the film looks at the effects bullying has on people.

Speaking about why he got involved in the film, Graeme said: “I thought it would be good to share my experience and develop something good for the community.”

Graeme added that bullying “is something that is evident among schools, to have something that they can relate to is very important,” and was keen to highlight that the main message of the film was that bullying serves no purpose.

RNLI: The Fraserburgh Lifeboat out on a second run last Thursday as they practise their emergency steering procedure.

RNLI: The Fraserburgh Lifeboat out on a second run last Thursday as they practise their emergency steering procedure.

“I though the pupils did an extremely good job . . . there is true talent among the pupils,” he added.

Graeme and John-William have worked together on eight feature-length films, with this, their most recent procution, scheduled to be completed in spring.