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1969 - College of the Canyons opens with first class of students in temporary quarters at Hart High School [story]


| Tuesday, Apr 18, 2017
Golden Valley Documentary Crew

Students from four different high schools and two junior highs in the William S. Hart Union High School District have been honored at the annual Student Television Network Awards held in Anaheim.

Nearly 3,000 students and teachers attended this year’s convention, which is held annually in different cities across the country. The award categories range from film to TV to video, with students working throughout the year at their schools on their projects.

West Ranch students at STN

Arroyo Seco: 3rd Place in Music Video (Producers: Katie Garibay and Ruby Petty)

Canyon: 3rd Place in Silent Film (Producers: Arianna Bogue-Aleman and Francisco Simplicio)

Golden Valley: Junior Jimmy Warshawsky was chosen as one of two co-hosts for the awards ceremony. Jimmy produced an audition video that was chosen over hundreds of other auditions from students around the country. Earlier in the year, Golden Valley TV was chosen as one of seven programs from around the country to contribute a segment on this year’s STN featured documentary on physical disabilities. The film premiered at the convention and is now at PBS for possible airing across the country.

Hart: 1st Place in Commentary (Producer: Kassie Matthews); Honorable Mention in Silent Film Producers: Joe Brennan and Tyler Lasdon)

Placerita Junior High: Honorable Mention in Silent Film (Producers: Ben Cole, Elizabeth Nebelsky, Collin Necessary, Zach Riley and Jacob Walker)

West Ranch: STN Film Excellence Best Live Action (Connor Williams and Skyler Brigmann); Best Directing (Connor Williams and Skyler Brigmann); 2nd Place in Nat Sound Package (Johanna Jenneman, Hannah Watts and Heeli Lounibous); 3rd Place in Covention recap ((Producers: Skyler Brigmann, Joel Yoon, Max Lin); 3rd Place in Crazy 8 Film (Skyler Brigmann, Josh Orris, Joel Yoon, Christian Jackson, Hannah Watts, Ryan Knudsen, Tom Mulry)

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4 Comments

  1. Dan says:

    Congratulations to all involved! Some of the names mentioned in the article may be household words in a few years. Is there anyplace on-line where one can view their works?

    • SCVNews.com says:

      We run the daily high school videos on SCVTV.com. They usually include the winning entries in their daily shows.

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