EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT: Ralph M. Williams Elementary Student Film-Makers Earn State Award

By  //  November 18, 2017

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Produced 'The Lost Temple of the Kamaiya'

Student film-makers from Ralph M. Williams Elementary took second place in the state in the 3rd-5th-grade drama category at the FAME Jim Harbin Media Festival for their film, The Lost Temple of the Kamaiya. Above, Danielle Haddox, Brett Bolton and Jossie Barillas wrote, acted in, filmed and edited the production. (BPS image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Student film-makers from Ralph M. Williams Elementary took second place in the state in the 3rd-5th-grade drama category at the FAME Jim Harbin Media Festival for their film, The Lost Temple of the Kamaiya.

Williams Elementary, in Rockledge, is the only school in Brevard County to receive a state-level award at this year’s festival.

Danielle Haddox, Brett Bolton and Jossie Barillas wrote, acted in, filmed and edited the production.

The students were recognized at an award ceremony at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando.

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