AFI Thesis Films Win College Television Awards

Posted by Larry Gleeson

AFI Conservatory alumni from the Class of 2016 won three College Television Awards (Student Emmys®) for their thesis films. The 38th 2017 College Television Awards were held on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, CA.

Trevor Smith (AFI Class of 2016) won the Comedy award for producing DOLLAR KING. David Brent (AFI Class of 2016) won for Writing for Comedy for DOLLAR KING. Daisygreen Stenhouse (AFI Class of 2016) won for Writing for Drama for LOCKDOWN. All three were AFI Conservatory thesis films.

The full list of nominees and wins is below.

DOLLAR KING
Trevor Smith (AFI Class of 2016), Producer
Comedy (Winner)
David Brent (AFI Class of 2016), Writer
Writing for Comedy (Winner)

LOCKDOWN
Daisygreen Stenhouse (AFI Class of 2016), Writer
Writing for Drama (Winner)

LOST CHOCOLATE: A SKATEBOARD STORY
Andrew Pollins (AFI Class of 2016), Director
Jane Hollon (AFI Class of 2016), Producer
Caleb Heller (AFI Class of 2016), Cinematographer
Commercial (Nominee)

NO WAY BACK
Michael Kongshaug (AFI Class of 2016), Director/Writer
Eileen Shim (AFI Class of 2016), Writer
Writing for Drama (Nominee)

THE OTHER SIDE
Daniel Abatan (AFI Class of 2016), Director
Directing for Drama (Nominee)

THE PLUMBER
Andrew Pollins (AFI Class of 2016), Director
Yoni Klein (AFI Class of 2016), Cinematographer
Commercial (Nominee)

SNOWPLOW
Joshua Valle (AFI Class of 2016), Producer
Drama (Nominee)
Mia Niebruegge (AFI Class of 2016), Director/Writer
Christopher Greenslate (AFI Class of 2016), Writer
Writing for Drama (Nominee)

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(Source: blog.afi.com)

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