• The 2021 Rammy Awards Ceremony streamed LIVE on April 29.
    Local directors submitted a strong group of new films this year. The Best In Show winner also took home a $100 gift card & a 1TB external drive.  Once again you voted for the coveted "Audience Choice" award winner.  Scroll down to read if your favorite won and who took home the other big awards.
    Entries were due by March 28. Missed this year's deadline? It is never too early to begin pre-production for next year. It is easy to submit. Please visit the Rammys rules page for details and submission procedures. 
    The Rammy Awards showcases and honors Pine-Richland School District's best scholastic (K-12), staff, resident, and alumni filmmakers.
    In 2021 student directors from kindergarten through 12th grade submitted 9 short films.
    Our judging panel of independent film experts and educators is convening virtually to select winners in the following categories:
    • Best In Show
      • All films considered
        • "Going Up," by Bayli Clack
    • Best Editing
      • K-8th division
        • "The Next Warren Miller," by Emma D.
      • PRHS division
        • "Going Up" 
    • Best Directing
      • K-8th division
        • "The Valentines Day Bear," by Rowan N.
      • PRHS division
        • "Going Up"
    • Best Cinematography
      • PRHS division
        • "Sneak Peak," by Bayli Clack
    • Best Acting
      • credited PRHS films (tie)
        • Sarah Heckman, "A Night To Remember"
        • Josh Horan, "Sneak Peak"
    •  Audience Choice
      • All films considered
        • "No Filter," by Alexandria Kisow


    Each film is now "streamable" below. Again, we will soon update this page with a link to an on-demand version of the entire awards ceremony.  It features a preview of the PRHS spring musical movie, High School Musical.

2021 Entries (A-S)

  • A Night To Remember

     Cat Mystery

    Going Up

     No Filter

    Sneak Peak


2021 Entries (T-Z)

  • The Next Warren Miller

    The Heist

    The Last Entry

    The Valentine Bear


  • Another way to access these films and years of other archival PRSD videos is via the PRTVArchive YouTube channel. 

    The Rammy Awards showcases and honors Pine-Richland School District's best scholastic, staff, resident, and alumni filmmakers. Want to learn how to submit your short film? Go to the rules page for details and submission procedures.