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- Curry Student Film Wins Emmy® Award
Curry Student Film Wins Emmy® Award
April 14, 2016
The Curry College student produced RED Camera film "Reflexivity" captured the Emmy® for Best College/University Short Form - Fiction by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Boston/New England Chapter. Students will be recognized at the annual NATAS Regional Emmy® Awards in June 2016.
- Watch: "Reflexivity" (view the end credits for the entire list of student participants)
RED Camera is an intensive hands-on movie production course using the film industry-standard RED camera. Students learn professional-level production techniques, from preparation to post-production, along with the business side of film, including budgeting, rental procedures, and crew dynamics.
- "Curry Prime Time Report" Newscast and Student-Produced Film, "Reflexivity" Win Top Honors at National Media Competition
"'Reflexivity' was a result of the hard work, creativity, and collaboration of the students in the RED Camera production class, who worked diligently on their individual tasks and as a team," said Professor Todd Davis, faculty advisor for the RED Camera production. "Curry can be very proud of the result, and I'm thrilled that the film, and our students, were recognized by Boston/New England Emmy chapter."
"This is a shining example of what can be accomplished by talented students working closely with committed faculty mentors - learning, growing, and producing work of the highest quality - the essence of the Curry experience," echoed Communication Department Chair, Professor John Barrett. "Congratulations to all!"