Canadore Students Take Home First Place Accolades from National Broadcasting Association
Jun 25, 2018 | Canadore College
This month, students from Canadore College’s digital cinematography and television broadcasting programs took home top awards from the Broadcast Educators Association of Canada.
Jason Manella and Aaron Martini won first place in the Drama or Comedy Long category for their production, Daze of Dreams, and Keesha Cheechoo’s submission garnered her winning status in the Remote/Special grouping.
Cheechoo, Manella and Martini’s filmmaking talent was chosen from over 120 entries submitted by colleges and universities from across Canada. The Canadore productions were initially screened at the college’s annual School of Media, Design and Dramatic Arts Showcase, which was held at Galaxy Cinemas North Bay in April 2018.
The BEAC awards are distributed annually in
Canadore College’s media students have received many accolades at the BEAC awards in recent years:
James Kinnear 2017 Corporate/Client Based Winner for Creativity Happens Here
Alex Lamothe 2016 Corporate/Client Based Winner for Essential Helicopters
Dale Carrigan 2016 Doc Short Winner for Camani
Matt Close 2016 Drama or Comedy Short for Mildly Illegal
Bradly Trudeau 2015 Drama or Comedy Long for O-Getche Tahk: The Lost Warriors
Eric Harrison 2014 Documentary Short for Back to Basics
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