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Winslow Township High School's Television Production Class wins NFL Films First Annual Film Competition!!

Winslow Township wins the NFL Films competition and takes home a $1,000.00 prize to be used towards the TV Production program!

On April 1, 2019 our TV Production program was selected to participate in the first annual NFL Films student film competition. Five area high schools; Lindenwold, Pennsauken, Eastern, Collingswood, and Winslow were selected by the NFL to produce a short film based on football.
Students were given a total of three weeks to produce a documentary of their choice. Our students chose to make a documentary on a fellow student that they respected and felt set a positive example on and off the playing field. The film team chose Junior, Marcus Young to produce the film on. Our ten student crew worked from April 1st to April 18th during the school day and after school everyday until 5pm to produce this amazing project about one of Winslow's best students.
On May 15, 2019, as a result of our students hard work and dedication, Winslow Township won the NFL Films competition and took home a $1,000.00 prize to be used towards the TV Production program! The judges consisted of some of the most experienced and best producers, cinematographers, sound engineers, and story tellers in the business.





We are all very proud of the following students for representing the Winslow Township School District:

Co-Director / Editor/ Camera Operator - James "Lenny" Temple, 12th Grade
Co-Director / Writer - Eden Marose, 12th Grade
Asst. Director - Brianna Reagan, 11th Grade
Narrator / Writer - Shawn Rodney, 11th Grade
Editor - Edward "Ej" Taylor, 11th Grade
Motion Graphics Supervisor / Camera Operator - Thomas Gaie, 11th Grade
Camera Operator - Chris Campbell, 11th Grade
File Management / Metadata - Farhan Kazi, 11th Grade
Equipment Manager / Lighting - Taj Brown, 11th Grade
Motion Graphics Artist - David Greene, 9th Grade