Kern High School District students compete in 18-hour film project
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) —
Student filmmakers from across the Kern High School District premiered their work Thursday from the 18-hour-film project.
Each of the student teams were assigned to a film type, a character, a prop and a line of dialogue that must appear in their film.
Filmmakers were only given 18 hours to write, shoot and edit their films.
A group of judges watched finalist from six different film categories, with each judge voting for the top three best films.
The Honeydew Badger team won first place with their film "Corny Love Story." Rosy Rodriguez, Joshua Kleinendorst, Ulyses Flores and Salvador Ramirez were there to accept the award.
The award for Best Actor went to Jake Rains for his portrayal of a crazed villain in the film "The Truth."