OCTOBER 6, 2017
Batchelor Television Students Receive Multiple Philo Awards The Philo Festival for Media Arts announced its 2017 winners and Batchelor Television (B-TV) students have received multiple awards. The winners will be recognized during a ceremony on October 20, 2017. Mr. Jeff Rudkin is the director of B-TV. Since 2001, his students have been awarded 82 1st-place awards.
Receiving 1st Place Honors (Click title to view video) Eliminate Hate in One Generation by Will Quigley B-TVs Tales of Terror 2016 by Schuyler Dillard Welcome to Fairview Elementary by Clara Ford Respect Instead of Hate: Our Dream for America by Eli Mahaffey and Delaney Wells MCCSC Foundation Thank You Video by Jacob Marshall
B-TV is a student film and video production class that produces a variety of student films including documentaries, original student screenplays, PSA's, original music videos, and a weekly school newscast. The program, which has won over 500 state, national, international awards and was honored at the United Nations in New York City for winning their age division in the Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival.
South Students Featured at All American HS Film Festival
Bloomington High School South students, Robbie Gonyea , Lucas Coniaris, and former student, Gergely Vidra who now resides in Hungary, will have their work recognized at the 2017 All American High School Film Festival and Photog Fest held on October 6 - 7. AMC Theater in Times Square and Caelum Gallery in New York City will be hosts for this event.
Gergely Vidra’s photograph, “Dancers” is shown left.
and Aiden Hammond Stand Up
The three videos can be viewed by clicking below. Andy’s Ghost by Gonyea and Coniaris Blackened Rainbows by Robbie Gonyea Our Photographers by Robbie Gonyea
by Blaine Gorman and Evan Brinkley
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