FSC Students Awarded CINE Golden Eagle

Cine AwardThe Communication Arts Department is pleased to announce thatMichael Kelly, Joseph Mauro, Katherine Silva, and Amanda Washer have been awarded the prestigious CINE Golden Eagle for their student documentary entitled, "MyDocumentary: A Look Into MySpace". The CINE Golden Eagle award is recognized internationally as a symbol of the highest production standards in filmmaking and videography. CINE (Council on International Non-theatrical Events)was founded in 1957 with a mission to present a realistic view of the U.S., its people, products, and philosophy, by showcasing the best of American film and television programs to overseas Cine Awardsaudiences. Since then its mission has broadened considerably and CINE Golden Eagle winners include such internationally recognized artists and producers/directors as Albert Maysles, Frederick Wiseman, Barbara Kopple, Charles Guggenheim, and Ken Burns. Over 300 judges viewed and evaluated hundreds of distinguished entries for this year's competition. A special awards ceremony was held in Washington, DC where the accomplishments of these students were formally recognized.

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