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MBIT students win awards at Greenfield Youth Film Festival


Multimedia technology students from Middle Bucks Institute of Technology in Jamison were recently honored at the Greenfield Youth Film Festival.

The festival, renowned for its recognition of young filmmakers and their storytelling abilities, showcased the creativity and passion of emerging young filmmakers.

“It was a thrilling experience. I am a junior, so I am already thinking next year. I learned so much,” multimedia student Isabella Risich said.

As a career and technical center, Middle Bucks is committed to fostering creativity, innovation, and education. Middle Bucks believes in the transformative power of storytelling and the potential of youth to shape the future through their unique perspectives.

“We extend our gratitude to the Greenfield Youth Film Festival for providing an invaluable platform for young filmmakers to showcase their talents and connect with the industry’s best professionals. This recognition at the festival will undoubtedly serve as a steppingstone in the students’ cinematic journeys,” multimedia instructor Jim Davey said.

Narrative Film honorees include: Barry Cleavet, first, William Tennent; Brian Daly, first, Central Bucks South; Emma Hancock, first, home schooled; Tristan Hartwick, first, Central Bucks West; Nicholas McCleary, first Lifeworks School; William Tantum first, Central Bucks South, Joleigh Yorkus; first, Central Bucks West.

Sound Design award recipients include: Emma Hancock, Best, home schooled; Anders Jacobson, sound design; Best, Central Bucks South; Samantha Rosinski, Best, Central Bucks South; Sienna Smith, Best, Central Bucks South; William Tantum, Best, Central Bucks South.

PSA and Funniest Film honorees include: Tristan Hartwick, Best, Central Bucks West; Noah Lafferty-Fox, Best, Central Bucks South; Isabella Risich, Best, Central Bucks South; Joseph Shannon, Best, William Tennent.

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