A short film created by pupils from an Aberdeen academy will premiere at a bypass festival this weekend.
Bucksburn Academy pupils won a public vote after creating a documentary on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
The school went head-to-head with Inverurie Academy and won with 955 votes of the 1,314 votes cast.
Visitors to the family-friendly GoNorthEast Road Festival this weekend will see the film on a big screen as they enter the festival village, situated on the new road.
The two-day festival will offer visitors a range of free exhibitions and entertainment, including street theatre, a display on transport through the ages and the chance to cycle and walk along a picturesque part of the new road in the Dee Valley, including crossing a new bridge over the River Dee.
Bucksburn Academy head teacher Michael Paul said: “We are delighted at the news that our team was successful in winning this competition.
“The pupils and staff worked incredibly well together to achieve such a fantastic film that highlighted the construction of the AWPR and its potential benefits for road users.
“It is fantastic their achievements have been recognised and hope that this inspires them to continue to work hard to achieve even more. We would also like to commend Inverurie Academy as finalists for their informative and very professional production.”