Stockbridge Sophomore’s Kaitlin Miller and Molly Nichols short film “Joining Hands 2018” placed third and their short film “#Exploration is: The Ezra Project” placed fourth out of 48 entries at this past weekends’ 4th Annual Student Film Competition at the Thunder Bay International Film Festival.
“Joining Hands 2018” is a short film about the Stockbridge InvenTeam’s recent trip to American Samoa. You can view the film on Youtube at https://youtu.be/AwNTEftTUKg.
“#Exploration is: The Ezra Project” is a short film about creating an adaptive fishing pole for a local boy. It can be seen on Youtube at: https://youtu.be/pbJ3ug_LwDQ
Awards were sponsored by the Friends of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Michigan Sea Grant for five of the twelve selected and screened films. Students submitted films 5 minutes or less in length about the theme: “Exploration Is” All the winning films will be posted on the Friends of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Facebook page:
Festival awards winners were:
5th Place: Elizabeth Black and Lilly Hamann from Alpena High School
4th Place: Molly Nichols, Kaitlin Miller from Stockbridge High School
3rd Place: The Stockbridge High School “Inventeam”
2nd Place: Noah Fetty, Matthew Guest, and Tanner Hatch from Alpena High School
1st Place: Akia Rutherford from Rogers City High School
Local winners Molly Nichols and Kaitlyn Miller receive their awards