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    Student iFilm Festival Winners Announced

    Student filmmakers were out in full force the past two days for the annual student iFilm Festival. Held at both Rookery Bay and the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, high school students created environmentally-focused digital stories which they submitted for judging. Congratulations to the following winners:

     

    Rookery Bay (4/5/17)  Click here for Photo Gallery

    • Rosie Polling, Lely High School - "Decide Your Road" - Best Environmental Digital Story
    • Greg Ruiz, Golden Gate High School - "Mangroves - Silent Guardians of SWFL" - People's Choice FliqStamp Digital Story
    • Ryan Perez and Shelby Teagle, Palmetto Ridge High School - "The Great White Egret" - Discovery Education Choice Digital Story
    • David Hernandez, Golden Gate High School - "Rookery Bay - Where the Future Protects the Past" - Rookery Bay Choice Digital Story
    • Angel Vera, Lely High School - "Roads of Destruction" - Best Digital Story Poster
    • Taylor Demonico, Lely High School - "Lake 'O'" - Most Creative Use of Imagery
    • Steven Brautigam, Spencer Platt, and Tristin Garcia, Palmetto Ridge High School - "Bird Rookery Swamp - Walk Into Their World" - Digital Design Award

     

    Conservancy of Southwest Florida (4/6/17)  Click here for Photo Gallery

    • Ben and Cameron Galbraith, Barron Collier High School - "Protecting North Collier Boardwalk" - Best Environmental Digital Story
    • Emma Mastro, Alyssa Long, Alyssa Leukroth, and Emily Collins, Gulf Coast High School - "Red Tide" - People's Choice FliqStamp Digital Story
    • Austin Tarr-Partin, Lorenzo Walker Technical High School - "Human Intervention" - Discovery Education Choice Digital Story
    • Hailey Mathieu and Philopateer Mesha, Gulf Coast High School - "Perfection's Poison" - Conservancy Choice Digital Story
    • Jessica Andrade, Lorenzo Walker Technical High School - "The Everglades" - Best Digital Story Poster
    • Elizabeth Bird, Naples High School - "What Does a Day at the Beach Look Like in SWFL" - Most Creative Use of Imagery
    • Kaitlyn Sokolowski, Barron Collier High School - "Protecting North Collier Boardwalk" - Digital Design Award



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