Move over Hollywood, an up and coming group of high school animators are making their mark on the video scene in Georgia.
Aaron Alford, Joey Furnei, Nashlly Hernandes-Marmol, and Kendall Vernon, animation students at Fayette County High, were top 10 finalists in the Georgia School Boards Association 2018 Student Video Contest. Their video was among 35 that were entered by public high school students across the state.
The contest theme this year was “Community Support: What Does It Look Like.” Students were challenged with developing and producing a 30 second to one-minute long video on the topic. Videos were judged on how well they addressed the topic, as well as the quality of the production and the creativity of the video.
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