CoSA film instructor Angela Hall introducing the multitude of student-produced pieces.
On May 15, 2012, the Coronado Digital Media students participated in a community-wide event that showcased work produced throughout the year. Coronado School of the Arts parent Kathleen Wakefield said that she was very impressed by the quality and creativity of the student work. "I definitively plan to attend next year!" she said.
The festival, held in the CHS theater and complete with a red carpet, featured dozens of individual and collaborative pieces made by film and animation students ranging from grades 9-12. The length of projects ranged from short animations to fifteen-minute comedies and dramas. It was truly a snapshot of each student's individual creative style. Here's what CoSA students had to say about the event:
"I thought that the film and animation festival was a great way to showcase various artists' work throughout the year. It was a great experience to have the public see our work on the big screen!"
- Jaclyn Bunker
"It was so much fun to see the work that I watched my friends put together throughout the year. We've all worked so hard to produce the best possible pieces to show to the community."
- Molly Keith
Voting for the "Audience's Choice Award"
Missed it this year? Don't worry, the CoSA Film and Animation Festival is an annual event! Check out www.cosafoundation.org for information on other CoSA events coming up soon!
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