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CHS video production class honored by public service film contest

The Claremont High School advanced video production class entered a public service announcement film contest called Street Art Safe (http://www.streetsareforeveryone.org/streets-art-safe/), a Los Angeles based film contest aimed at raising awareness for safer streets.

CHS entered seven films and all seven were selected as finalists, with six won additional awards, including taking the top honor or Gold Award for the film Intersection. The list of student filmmakers and links to their entries are listed below.  As a result of the Gold Award, CHS received a $1500 grant and the group received a $1200 credit to spend at a bike shop. CHS wants to thank everyone for their continued support and encouragement of the Claremont Cinematic Arts Program. These student filmmakers are really making a difference.
 
INTERSECTION
Gold Award
Judges Choice Award
Blake Bradfield, Liam Reisch, Wolfgang
 Wilborn, Fabian Zabalza
https://vimeo.com/215925278
 
TEXTING OF THE DRIVING
Impact and Message
Judges Choice
Vision Zero Website
Johnny Abrolat, Christian Settles,
 Justyn Fisher, Gaige Chyrchel
https://vimeo.com/214093411
 
ZOOM
Most Original and Creative
Abigail Gransden, Isabella Cisneros,
 Elizabeth Schwartz, Daniella Cruz
https://vimeo.com/214093351
 
BE SAFE
Judges Choice
Honorable Mention
Alex Rodriguez, Jarrod Miller, Kyle
 Omsted, Kat Woodard, Isaac Andrade
https://vimeo.com/217413296
 
RUNNING OUT OF OPTIONS
Judges Choice
Honorable Mention
Colin Kirkpatrick, Andrew Patterson,
 Nathan Han
https://vimeo.com/214093378
 
DOUBLE CHECK
Honorable Mention
Miranda Van Beers, Charlotte Stradley,
 Eric Rohrer, Sam Kupetz, Jack Pascua
https://vimeo.com/214093395
 
A SECOND
Finalist
Katelyn Villegas, Matthew Lach, Corbin
 Steinert, Dakota White
https://vimeo.com/214096480