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Edmonton Catholic Schools will be hosting its 7th annual student Film Festival on May 29th. The festival celebrates 21st century learning and the new forms of media that students produce as a result.

This year was a phenomenal year for the 7th annual ECSD Film Festival! We had 37 films submitted by our talented Junior and Senior High ECSD students. 21 of these outstanding stories made to the silver screen at The Garneau Metro Theatre in categories that included Animation, Comedy, Drama, Documentary, Music Videos, Public Service Announcements and Thrillers!

 The 278 parents, students and guests of the Edmonton Catholic Community gathered to celebrate the achievements of our students.


Check out the 2017 Finalists and Winners on the ECSD YouTube Channel @ youtube.com/c/ecsdfilmfestival

 Special thanks to the ECSD Film Fest Committee:

  • Tannis Niziol – English Language Arts Consultant, 7-12
  • Dane Sadownyk – Emerging Technology Consultant
  • PJ Krumins – Fine Arts Consultant
  • John Nedd – CTS Consultant
  • John Korassa – Emerging Technology Consultant
  • Diane Lefebvre – Emerging Technology Consultant


We also thank our judges:

  • Jamie Bourque
  • Carol Anne Kunicki  
  • Doug Roxburgh
  • Ray Harper
  • John Tidswell


We also extend thanks to our emcees: RaeLynn Desmarais and David Selwood and our Board Chair, Trustee Thibert for her opening address. 

 

Categories

Check out last years' winners on our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/c/ecsdfilmfestival

  • Best Screenplay – 2016 Winner "Meaning of Life" Austin O'Brien
  • Best Acting – 2016 Winner "Horizon" Mother Margaret Mary
  • Best Film Technique – 2016 Winner "Your Choice." Archbishop MacDonald
  • Best Director – 2016 Winner "Borders" St. Joseph
  • Film of the Year – 2016 Winner "Paper Cuts" Archbishop MacDonald
  • People's Choice – 2016 Winner "Deep Blue (Childhood's End)" Archbishop MacDonald


For more information, please visit the Film Festival information page on www.ecsd.net


2017 Film Fest

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Edmonton Catholic Schools will be hosting its 7th annual student Film Festival on May 29th. The festival celebrates 21st century learning and the new forms of media that students produce as a result.

This year was a phenomenal year for the 7th annual ECSD Film Festival! We had 37 films submitted by our talented Junior and Senior High ECSD students. 21 of these outstanding stories made to the silver screen at The Garneau Metro Theatre in categories that included Animation, Comedy, Drama, Documentary, Music Videos, Public Service Announcements and Thrillers!

 The 278 parents, students and guests of the Edmonton Catholic Community gathered to celebrate the achievements of our students.


Check out the 2017 Finalists and Winners on the ECSD YouTube Channel @ youtube.com/c/ecsdfilmfestival

 Special thanks to the ECSD Film Fest Committee:

  • Tannis Niziol – English Language Arts Consultant, 7-12
  • Dane Sadownyk – Emerging Technology Consultant
  • PJ Krumins – Fine Arts Consultant
  • John Nedd – CTS Consultant
  • John Korassa – Emerging Technology Consultant
  • Diane Lefebvre – Emerging Technology Consultant


We also thank our judges:

  • Jamie Bourque
  • Carol Anne Kunicki  
  • Doug Roxburgh
  • Ray Harper
  • John Tidswell


We also extend thanks to our emcees: RaeLynn Desmarais and David Selwood and our Board Chair, Trustee Thibert for her opening address. 

 

Categories

Check out last years' winners on our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/c/ecsdfilmfestival

  • Best Screenplay – 2016 Winner "Meaning of Life" Austin O'Brien
  • Best Acting – 2016 Winner "Horizon" Mother Margaret Mary
  • Best Film Technique – 2016 Winner "Your Choice." Archbishop MacDonald
  • Best Director – 2016 Winner "Borders" St. Joseph
  • Film of the Year – 2016 Winner "Paper Cuts" Archbishop MacDonald
  • People's Choice – 2016 Winner "Deep Blue (Childhood's End)" Archbishop MacDonald


For more information, please visit the Film Festival information page on www.ecsd.net