Westford Student Wins Award At Merrimack Valley Film Festival

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Students in the TV & Media Production/Theatre Arts program
at Nashoba Valley Technical High School won three awards in the recent
annual Merrimack Valley Film Festival.

Holding the awards they received for Best Studio and Live Production at the Merrimack Valley Film Festival are, front row, from left, William Featherston (Pepperell) and Danielle St. Amand (Chelmsford), and, back row, from left, Melynda Barlow (Chelmsford), Jayna Hawkes (Chelmsford) and Garrett Filiatrault (Westford). They are all sophomores at Nashoba Tech. (courtesy - Dan Phelps)

Holding the awards they received for Best Studio and Live Production
at the Merrimack Valley Film Festival are, front row, from left,
William Featherston (Pepperell) and Danielle St. Amand (Chelmsford),
and, back row, from left, Melynda Barlow (Chelmsford), Jayna Hawkes
(Chelmsford) and Garrett Filiatrault (Westford). They are all
sophomores at Nashoba Tech. (courtesy – Dan Phelps)

Margaret Mescall, a junior from Chelmsford, won Best Animation Piece
for “I Put the Ship in Friendship.”

The team of sophomores Thomas Eyles (Townsend), Shelby O’Rourke
(Chelmsford) and Danielle St. Amand (Chelmsford) won Best Public
Service Announcement for “Share That Road!”

The team of sophomores Melynda Barlow (Chelmsford), William
Featherston (Pepperell), Garrett Filiatrault (Westford), Jayna Hawkes
(Chelmsford) and Danielle St. Amand won Best Studio and Live
Production for “Boys Basketball Game vs. Notre Dame.”

The Merrimack Valley Film Festival is hosted annually by the Lowell
High School Fine Arts Department and Lowell Educational Television.