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Erin Blank, who just finished her sophomore year, came in third.Films were submitted by students from Saugerties, Kingston and Ellenville high schools, with a trio of filmmakers from Ellenville taking the top prize.If you find what we're doing valuable, consider making contribution.Your support ensures independent local journalism will thrive in the Hudson Valley for years to come.“I just thought I wanted to do something different, so I did more of an emotional appeal in my video,” said Averill. She assembled a list of shots, composed a script, got approval from computer video production teacher Scott Wickham, and filmed and edited her work at the high school.Blank said was guided by the seriousness of the subject.Averill had submitted a film with a group of fellow students a year ago.“It was mandatory that we did a PSA [public service announcement], and our teacher gave us options, and one of the options was the teen-dating-violence PSA through Ulster County,” he said. But we get to make individual projects in our second year, so I decided I really wanted to make one with my ideas.” Contest winners were presented with certificates from county executive Michael Hein and gift cards from the contest committee.
“Around the world there were news reports on the topic.For questions about the email Erin , your Hudson Valley Coordinator or to register by phone call 845-389-0734. Ok Cupid is free to join, free to search, and free to message. The contest was formed by a subcommittee of the county Inter-Agency Council on Domestic Violence.Student filmmakers submitted short films promoting awareness of unhealthy or abusive relationships.
Each of the winning films looked at the topic from a different angle.