We always knew the Ballard High School film team was good, but now it looks like they’re getting some national recognition. Several of the students’ films are up for Emmys in the high school category.
The following films are nominated:
- Long Form – Fiction: “Godsend” by DJ McCoy, Writer/Director/Cinematographer/Editor/Producer
- Long Form – Non-Fiction: “My Little Brony” by Vann Fulfs, (Producer/Director/Editor), Taylor Martin, (Producer/Director/Editor) and Bryan Quandt, (Producer/Director/Editor). “Impact” by Mackenzie Wright, (Concept/Director/Writer/Lighting/Editor), Kenton King (Cinematography/Editing), Jacob Scott (Audio/Lighting/Editing)
- Community/Public Service Announcements (PSA): “Not Even Once” by Paris Burhen (Producer/Director/Writer/Editor), Sam Baldwin, Brian Cropp, Gabe Tagulao. “Anti-Littering” by DJ McCoy (Producer), Sage Borlo, Tristram Fetters
- Photographer/Editor: “Sundown” by Vann Fulfs (Producer/Director/Editor), Jacob Scott (Producer/Director/Editor), Bryan Quandt (Producer/Director/Editor). “Nordic Heritage Museum” by Julian Amrine (Producer), Josh Vredevoogd (Producer). “Dream House” by Ana Krafchick (Writer/Director/Producer/Editor), Louis Weissman (Director of Cinematography/Editor/Lighting)
The BHS film production team is headed up by teacher Matt Lawrence. You can keep up with their most recent accomplishments on the BHS film blog.