Kamiak teens win 48-hour film challenge

Five Kamiak High School students won Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Music, and Best Sound Design for their video titled “Mr. President,” a short film illustrating the mental state of a patient suffering from schizophrenia. They were winners in Foundry10’s first annual 48-hour Film Challenge.

In the challenge, teams were given a line, prop and 48 hours to create a video to the genre “dark comedy-political.” The film was required to include the line, “It was never going to be the last,” and use a snow globe as a prop.

The winning team members are Will Fischer, Ben Friend, Kieran Gamble, Griffen Gonzales and Rafael Ruiz-Gomez.

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