Broadcasters win at DAFT student film festival

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Hampus Arvidsson, Flash Staff Reporter

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DIGITAL ARTS, FILM & TELEVISION (DAFT) is a non-profit media-arts educational organization with a focus on promoting the creative use of film and electronic media.

Members of the Broadcast club and class were awarded at the 2019 DAFT Film Festival at the Detroit Institute of Arts this past weekend.

The DAFT Film Festival is the longest running student film festival in the nation. This year celebrating 51 years. Over 400 entries were submitted and the best were awarded and screened at the DIA this past weekend.

Fraser Student brought home a handful of awards:

“Don’t Distract Me Jerry!”

Award of Excellence

Mackenzie Bisdorf

Jerry Skaggs

Don’t distract me Jerry! from FHSTheFlash on Vimeo.

“Distracted Driving Remix”

Award of Honor

Aldo Ramiez-Alarcon

Aron Geml

Thais Wilkerson

Marianna Mills

(see video above)


“Distracted Driving, It Can Wait”

Award of Honor

Tamia Moultry

Aleja Archie

Jiyah Brown

Thais Wilkerson

Marianna Mills

Distracted Driving; It Can Wait from FHSTheFlash on Vimeo.

Congratulations to all our Broadcaster!

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