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  • 2017 9th - 12th Grade Entries 


    "Addiction: A Day In The Life"
     

     "Child Soldiers" 
      

     "Driver's Test"
     

     "Escape" 
     

     "Mission ImPASTAble"
     

    "Ski & Board Club"
     

     "Suspense"
     
     

     
  • ..And The Winners Are...

    Every year the Rammy Awards showcases and honors the Pine-Richland School District's best scholastic, staff, resident, and alumni filmmakers.This year's ceremony took place on Tuesday, April 25, 2017.  Here is a list of all place winners in each category:
     
    • K - 8th Grade Editing
      1. "One In The Sea"... by Rylee B., EHUE
      2. "ESPR Dodgeball"... by Bayli Clack, PRMS
      3. "Moana's Journey"... by Zoey C., Wexford
    • K - 8th Grade Directing
      1. "ESPR Dodgeball"... by Bayli Clack, PRMS
      2. "One In The Sea"... by Rylee B., EHUE
      3. "Moana's Journey"... by Zoey C., Wexford
    • 9th - 12th Grade Editing 
      1. "Escape"... by Luke Saunders, PRHS
      2. "Addiction: A Day In The Life"... by Mike Schlegel, PRHS
      3. "Mission ImPASTAble"... by Genevieve Cohen, PRHS
    • 9th - 12th Grade Directing
      1. "Escape"... by Luke Saunders, PRHS
      2. "Addiction: A Day In The Life"... by Mike Schlegel, PRHS
      3. "Suspense"... by Bryan Kurp, PRHS 
    • At Large (PR Staff, Parents, & Alumni)
      1. "Underwater Cinematography"... by Liz DoVale (Class of 2013)
    • Best in Show (All grades + At Large)
      1. "Escape"... by Luke Saunders, PRHS
      2. "ESPR Dodgeball"... by Bayli Clack, PRMS
      3. "Addiction: A Day In The Life"... by Mike Schlegel, PRHS
    • Audience Choice (All grades + At Large)
      1. "Moana's Journey"... by Zoey C., Wexford
      2. "ESPR Dodgeball"... by Bayli Clack, PRMS
      3. "Addiction: A Day In The Life"... by Mike Schlegel, PRHS
    Please look, scroll, or swipe left & right to find and watch all of 2017's entries.  While posted alphabetically in their respective categories, all 14 competed for your vote (click) to become this year's "Audience Choice" winner. Thanks to all who voted!  If you missed the LIVE broadcast, you may click here to watch the entire 2017 Rammys' ceremony.
     
    It is never too early to start pre-production on 2018's projects.  While it helps to be enrolled in video-production classes, all students (kindergarten through twelfth grade) are eligible to submit their digital art.  Plus any adult working in, living in, or graduating from PRSD is also eligible to enter.

    Where to Submit?
    PRTV Rammy Awards
    C/O Bill Clack
    PRHS
    700 Warrendale Road
    Gibsonia, PA 15044 
    OR 



  • It's always Rammy season!

    Before our panel of Rammys judges may vote, the group of local filmmakers, college film professors and broadcast journalists need YOU to submit something to watch. Here is all the information you will need to produce your digital art.
     

    It is never too early to start pre-production on your Rammys entry. Please click here to find out how to enter Pine-Richland School District's film festival. 
  • 2017 K-8th Grade Entries


    "ESPR Dodgeball"
     

    "If Medical Commercials Were Honest"
     
     

    "Mega Video Mix"
      
     

    "Moana's Journey"
     

    "One In The Sea"
     

    "The Talent Show"
     

  • 2017 At Large Entry


    "Underwater Cinematography"
     

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    for a summary of all the Rammy rules, please click here
     
    for a list of all current Rammys judges, please click here
     
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