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WBUC 48 Hours Plan, Shoot To DVD

WBUC students involved in the project included in front: Nick Guido. Second row: Madi Collins, Jasmine Davis, Jhannine Verceles, Christina Dehm and Jeff Fellows. Top right:  Bobby Canale, Will Abert and Ryan Kearns. Not pictured are Haley Lukzczyk and Mackenzie Oatman.
WBUC students involved in the project included in front: Nick Guido. Second row: Madi Collins, Jasmine Davis, Jhannine Verceles, Christina Dehm and Jeff Fellows. Top right: Bobby Canale, Will Abert and Ryan Kearns. Not pictured are Haley Lukzczyk and Mackenzie Oatman.

OSWEGO, NY – Students from the Oswego High School WBUC communications program recently participated in the Panic Film Festival sponsored by the SUNY Oswego Film Club.

Two teams represented WBUC.

The students had 48 hours to plan, shoot and edit their video and put it on DVD.

According to Steve Cass and Mike McCrobie, WBUC advisors, “This competition was a neat process to watch, to see it from the beginning stages when they were planning everything out, to what they had on DVD to turn in for the competition.”

The students were excited about this opportunity and will be entering more festivals in the future.

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  1. It would be nice if Oswegocoutytoday.com could link their film to this site. How about it Dave ? :)

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