It was an evening celebrating film. The best work of Randolph High School mass media students was showcased and recognized at Randolph High School’s 19th Annual Film Festival.
Families, teachers and friends came to the event on June 1 which started at 4:30 p.m. for screenings of all of the films featured in the festival. Many students entered their films and mass media teachers Robert Finning and Noah Galembo selected the best films nominated for the festival. Following the screenings, the 500 people in attendance enjoyed a buffet dinner donated by many Randolph’s restaurants and parents.
Afterwards, it was time for the awards ceremony in the high school auditorium where seniors Ryan Taggert, the video club president, and Vincent D’Alessandro served as masters of ceremony and showed their humorous intro film of the two of them escaping from a comic book to host the festival. Many mass media students and video club students served as award presenters at the ceremony.