Students collect Videofest honorsMay 16,2013Students collect
CASTLETON — Vermont Public Television and Castleton State College announced the winners of the 18th Annual Videofest, held last week at the college.
Sstudents from 10 schools in Vermont submitted DVDs of original work in four categories: documentary, experimental/animation, narrative fiction and public service announcement/advertisements.
The first-place winner from each category received a $500 scholarship to CSC’s communication or theater arts program.
For documentaries, the winners were: Hayden Dow and Joey Gioconti from Hartford Area Career and Technology Center, and Chris Ryan from Stafford Technical Center.
In the advertising category the winners were: William Charlton and Brandon Goss from Cold Hollow Career Center; Cameron Gallagher from Granville Junior/Senior High School; and Brendan Tardiff, Megan Lafear, Adam Wade and Skylar Amerio from Stafford.
For narrative fiction the winners were: Joshua Pendelton and Logan Greeno from Stafford; Aubree Trombly and Nikki Basset from Stafford; and AJ Swan, Justin McAskill, Jade Premont, Trevor Richardson and Nick Olmstead from Randolph Technical Career Center.
In the experimental category the winners were: Brittany Urban from Stafford; Cameron Gallagher from Granville Junior/Senior High School; and Logan Greeno from Stafford.MORE IN This Just In
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