Skills Center Film Class Nominated for Student Emmy

Skills Center Film Class Nominated for Student Emmy
Posted on 05/02/2017
Skills Center Film Class Nominated for Student EmmyPort Angeles, Wash. – Patric McInnis, North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center (NOPSC)
cinema & television production instructor, has been notified by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences the NOPSC Cinema Class has been nominated for a Student Emmy in the "Sports - Live Events" category.  

“This is completely unprecedented for our region,” McInnis said. “Although I submitted the PAHS Homecoming Football Game Live Broadcast back in November, I am completely shocked and amazed that we received a nod. I cannot express how big of an honor it is to be nominated for such an established award.”
Official Nomination List - Under "Sports - Live Events" 

Recently, McInnis received news Perdition Lake, a film submitted by him on behalf of NOPSC 2016 summer film students, is one of 50 films from 3,489 entries submitted for recognition by the 2017 Washington Film Festival USA, which is considered part of the Vancouver Filmdance Circuit.  The film was also accepted to the 2017 Vancouver Filmdance Festival Canada.

The film, shot at Lake Crescent, is recognized as a professional film on IMDb - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6112282/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 and has a running time of 10 minutes. The film was finished and released at the end of September 2016.

Call NOSPC staff by phone at 360.565.1533 for more information on enrollment in 2017 summer courses.  

Visit the NOPSC website to learn about NOPSC programs, www.nopsc.org/programs.html

For additional assistance, contact:

Tina Smith-O’Hara
Communications and Community Relations Coordinator
Port Angeles School District