IN THE NEWS
Southridge media students won 6 awards and were recognized in front of their peers from around the province on Saturday, May 6th, at the B.C. Student Film Festival awards gala at Capilano University. The awards, adjudicated by industry professionals, recognize the top high school films in British Columbia.
In addition to the regular category awards, Southridge students received three prestigious craft awards. Grade 10 student Riley Chang was recognized as the “Best Junior Director” for her work on the film Unbound. Siblings Savannah and Sterling Rawlins received the “Best Junior Art Direction” and “Best Junior Sound Design” awards for their work on the ZoomFest claymation film Christmas Baking. The Rawlins siblings also received a cheque for $100 and a $375 gift certificate towards training in makeup design at New Image College.
A big congratulations to all of the talented Southridge filmmakers who submitted their work to the festival! Please see the list of award winners with viewing links below:
Winner, Best Junior Director (Riley Chang)
Riley Chang, McKenna Gill
Winner, Best Junior Art Direction
Winner, Best Junior Sound Design
Winner, Best Junior Animation
Savannah Rawlins, Sterling Rawlins
Winner, Best Junior Narrative Comedy
Winner, Best Junior Documentary