BJU Students Recognized for Best Cinematography in National Competition

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 11, 2016) – Four Bob Jones University cinema students competed in the Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcaster’s (iNRB) annual competition, held recently during the NRB International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. The competition provides a forum where students and professionals network to share ideas surrounding Christian media production.

BJU’s team was comprised of junior Brian French of Newark, Delaware; senior Ryan Holmes of Ellington, Connecticut; senior Danielle Wunker of Taylors, South Carolina; and post-graduate student Will Craven of Greenville, South Carolina. The team competed in the 24-hour film competition and was given special recognition by the judges for Best Cinematography. The BJU students also networked and interacted with producers, directors and composers in the film industry.

“The level of craftsmanship and professionalism the students displayed in the 24 hour period was incredible and God honoring,” said Christopher Zydowicz, one of the BJU cinema professors that served as a faculty advisor to the students during the competition. “To see them receive a special honor for that craftsmanship made me proud that they are representing Bob Jones University.”

This year’s competition marked the third year a BJU team has competed in iNRB.

 

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