Bob Jones University announced July 20 its cinema students swept the film category during the Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters 2021 virtual award ceremony.
NRB presents awards to undergraduate or graduate student iNRB members for outstanding examples of radio, television and film productions. This is the seventh time BJU students have entered the competition and they have won awards in the film category every year.
“We are beyond excited with how well our students once again did in the film categories,” said BJU cinema department head Sharyn Robertson. “They work hard to produce quality films with a biblical worldview and we greatly enjoy guiding our students through the process especially when we see such positive results.”
BJU’s awards included:
- Emily Porter, “Sophia” — first place, film and “Behind the Scenes: A Tale of Two Cities” — first place, documentary
- Daniel Quigley, “Find Me” — second place, film
- Kyle West, “Paper Jam” — third place, film
- Marshall Hammer, “BJUGrass” — first place, music video and “Building a Family” — second place, documentary
- Anna Sherwin, “One of the Blessed” — third place, documentary
BJU cinema students also won the iNRB 24-Hour Film Challenge for producing a film entitled, “You Were There.”
First place winners received a trophy, while second and third place winners received certificates.