Four students took home awards from the George C. Marshall International Center’s 2017 Youth Film Festival, held Sunday at REHAU Inc.
The film competition for C.S. Monroe Technology Center students had 12 entrants, and a second competition for students in the Marshall center’s Student Partnership Exchange Program had three entrants.
The SPEP students’ films highlighted the exchange program, and the films by the students in Monroe Center’s TV production and digital moviemaking program spotlighted Marshall’s global impact and the importance of the living museum created at his former home, The Marshall House in Leesburg.
Monroe Center students Jack Fox and Zack Goldman, won first place for their film, “A Glimpse of History.” Monroe Center students Lance Spurlin and Nicki Stuva placed second with their film, “A House Worth Remembering.”
Student Maria Proano placed first in the SPEP category for her film, “France 2016.” SPEP student Journay Clinch placed second with her film, “Marshall’s Impact on Germany.”