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SEF’s 2014 Film Festival is right around the corner

Emily Glenn, middle school representative and board member of the Sequim Education Foundation Board, retrieves the “Elkie” award from the middle school awards case.  - Submitted photo
Emily Glenn, middle school representative and board member of the Sequim Education Foundation Board, retrieves the “Elkie” award from the middle school awards case.
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More than bragging rights are on the line once again.

Students are working on films for this year’s ninth Sequim Education Foundation Student Film Festival, scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday, April 18, in the Sequim High School auditorium, where students will compete for more than $7,000 worth of scholarships and awards.

The deadline for all student films to be turned in is April 7.

In addition to the regular competition, this year students will be able to submit films on behalf of their favorite school clubs. The film which best depicts how their club embodies school spirit will win a $500 cash award for the club. The Sequim Middle School trophy case has been home to the “Elkie” trophy since the audience gave their loudest approval for Blake Wiker and his cousin Brendon Hudson’s film “Bad Breath and Beyond” last April.

Event organizers invite the community to come April 18 and help decide the fate of the “Elkie.”

See www.sequimed.org or call Elna Kawal at 683-3027 for more information.

 

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