The event is for high school students who are interested in arts and media careers. This year’s competition in videography challenged students with a ready script, which they used to work through an obstacle course of camera operations, and then edit a final trailer video. The video was judged by three industry professionals.
Ribbons were given to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, as well as CLC scholarships of $500 per team ($250 each student) for 1st place and $200 ($100 each student) for 2nd place.
A Media Glitz trophy is also awarded to the winning high school.
1st place: Kelsey Cobenais and Kassie Solten of Bemidji.
2nd place: Blake Anderson and Oliver Oldham of Brainerd.
3rd place: Nolan Hamilton and Nate Anderson of Bemidji.
Other contestants included: Josey Wentland and Samantha Becker of Brainerd and Little Falls students Jessi Kretsinger, Peyton Hable, Ethan Meyer, Dillon Lentsch, Randy Doherty and Trevor Johnson.