Student Winners Announced in the 2021 Rod Serling Film Fest

Thank you to every student who entered work into the Rod Serling Film Festival and congratulations to the following student filmmakers who are being honored in 2021. Categorical Honors

Best Abstract/Experimental
‘When Rain Falls’ by Myanoe Aung
Albany High School

Best Cinematography
‘Be Aware’ by Myanoe Aung
Albany High School

Best Computer Animation
‘A Vivid Dream’ by Jackson Ames
Greater Southern Tier BOCES/Wildwood Education Center 

Best K-5
‘Cargo of Doom’ by Charlie Spielberg
PS 38 The Pacific School

Best Stop Motion Animation
‘Tidal Wave’ by Shelby Thompson
Greater Southern Tier BOCES/Wildwood Education Center

Best Fiction/Story
‘Call Me at 8’ by Julia Guest
Cortland Junior/Senior High School

Best Social Commentary
‘Everything is Normal’ by Julia Guest
Cortland Junior/Senior High School

Special Honors
Honorable Mention
‘Anomalies’ by Genevieve Brown
Richard T. Stank Middle School

Spirit of Serling Award
‘Death’s Gambit’ by Jett Casterline
Greater Southern Tier BOCES/Wildwood Education Center

Best in Show
‘The Chef’ by Jackson McCauley
Maine-Endwell High School

Thank you to Christina Kunzman, Mallory Little, Andrew Polak, Anne Serling & Doug Sutton, and the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation. This Festival is part of WSKG’s Youth Voices initiative and is supported in part by Darryl Wood and Toby Wollin and the Bert Santora Charitable Trust. 

2019 Rod Serling Film Fest Winners Announced

Congratulations to the winning student filmmakers of the 2019 Rod Serling Film Festival! The students will be honored on Saturday, October 5th, 2019 at The Forum Theatre in Binghamton, NY. Details to follow. The Rod Serling Film Festival is partnering this year with Serling Fest. Details on all activities and ticket information can be found at www.rodserling.com.

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