A Henley school got the red carpet treatment last Friday with a film club Oscars party.
More than 20 pupils at Rupert House School in Bell Street took part in the annual club, where they wrote, shot and edited their own six-minute films.
They showed the finished projects to parents, staff and other pupils at a viewing morning in the school hall.
The first film was called “Back to the Future: The Great Escape”, and was directed by Freya Bradbury.
The film starred Annie King as Marty McFly, who travelled back in time to the Second World War using in the DeLorean with Doc to rescue his long-lost relative from a prisoner of war camp.