Our teacher, Mr Bambury, held master classes after school to show people how to use equipment such as the camera.
We also shot the film before school and during lunch times.
At home, I read my lines with a friend and learnt them by heart.
We filmed the trailer before the film to get us used to being around a camera.
We started filming in winter which meant that during the summer, I had to change back into my winter uniform for continuity.
Sometimes we'd film something, then decide it wasn't right, shoot a different idea, and then decide the first idea was the best after all. This was a bit frustrating but all the changes made the film much better.
During parents' evening we played the trailer on a loop. A boy from school saw it and asked me for my autograph. I was really shocked but pleased at the same time.
I really enjoyed playing Carla but I wouldn't like to be her in real life.
At the end of the film she is crying because no one wants to play with her. This shows you that bullies don't have a very good future.
If you see some bullying and keep it a secret, it will carry on and on, but if you tell someone, they should try to help you and the bullying may stop."
Emma, 9, Essex
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