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Youth Test Skills in 4-H Film Festival

4-H’ers receive film awards at the North Dakota State Fair.

North Dakota 4-H’ers tested their creativity and video-making skills in the 4-H Film Festival at the North Dakota State Fair in Minot on Sunday, July 20.

Wilton Henke of Stanton received the People’s Choice Award for his film, “4-H History of Oliver County.”

The winners were by category:

  • 4-H Promotional: first, Sara Hatlewick, Jamestown, Hatlewick Productions, “4-H … A Way of Life;” second, Bradyn Lenning, Plaza, Lenning Productions, “What 4-H has Taught Me”
  • Animation: first, Kelsey Hibl and Brittany Berger, Dickinson, Fraza, “Midnight”
  • Documentary: first, Erik Milender, Valley City, “It’s Not All About M.E.;” second, Hannah Nordby, Amidon, Banana Productions, “Bank of North Dakota;” third, Bethany Reitan, Kathryn, Flying Films Productions, “The Dogs of the James River Humane Society”
  • Music Video: first, Wyatt Limke, Carpio, Chemistry Crusaders, “Noble Gases.”
  • Narrative: first, Isabeta Bleu Herrera Grant, West Fargo, Bleu Nerd Productions, “Creatures;” second, Megan Tichy, Tower City, and Ashley Tahran, Buffalo, Powerful Chihuahua Entertainment, “The Lost Boy;” third, Miro’ and Alessa Herrera Grant, West Fargo, Zaphon Brownie, “A (Dark Green) Day at the Zoo”
  • Voices of 4-H History: first, Wilton Henke, Stanton, Tractor Productions, “4-H History of Oliver County;” second, Kelsey Hibl and Brittany Berger, Dickinson, Fraza, “Voices of Stark County 4-H; third, Bethany Reitan, Kathryn, Flying Films Productions, “4-H Through the Ages”

The winners also are listed below by county with name, hometown and placing:

Barnes

  • Ashley Tahran, Buffalo, Powerful Chihuahua Entertainment, second, Narrative, “The Lost Boy”
  • Erik Milender, Valley City, first, Documentary, “It’s Not All About M.E.”
  • Bethany Reitan, Kathryn, Flying Films Productions, third, Voices of 4-H History, “4-H Through the Ages;” third, Documentary, “The Dogs of the James River Humane Society”
  • Megan Tichy, Tower City, Powerful Chihuahua Entertainment, second, Narrative, “The Lost Boy”

Cass

  • Isabetta Bleu Herrera Grant, West Fargo, Bleu Nerd Productions, first, Narrative, “Creatures”
  • Alessa Herrera Grant, West Fargo, Zaphon Brownie, third, Narrative, “A (Dark Green) Day at the Zoo”
  • Miro’ Herrera Grant, West Fargo, Zaphon Brownie, third, Narrative, “A (Dark Green) Day at the Zoo”

Mountrail

  • Bradyn Lenning, Plaza, Lenning Productions, second, 4-H Promotional, “What 4-H has Taught Me”

Oliver

  • Wilton Henke, Stanton, Tractor Productions, People’s Choice Award; first, Voices of 4-H History, “4-H History of Oliver County”

Slope

  • Hannah Nordby, Amidon, Banana Productions, second, Documentary, “Bank of North Dakota”

Stark

  • Brittany Berger, Dickinson, Fraza, first, Animation, “Midnight;” second, Voices of 4-H History, “Voices of Stark County 4-H”
  • Kelsey Hibl, Dickinson, Fraza, first, Animation, “Midnight;” second, Voices of 4-H History, “Voices of Stark County 4-H”

Stutsman

  • Sara Hatlewick, Jamestown, Hatlewick Productions, first, 4-H Promotional, “4-H ... a Way of Life”

Ward

  • Wyatt Limke, Carpio, Chemistry Crusaders, first, Music Video, “Noble Gases”

For more information, contact your county office of the NDSU Extension Service. Photos and cutlines may be available at www.ag.ndsu.edu/gallery. Check your email for the username and password to access this site.

NDSU Agriculture Communication - July 23, 2014

Source:Dean Aakre, (701) 852-4974, dean.aakre@ndsu.edu
Writer:Jackie Buckley, (701) 391-7113, jackie.buckley@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, (701) 231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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