RANDOLPH,NJ- "Squishy, Squishy," a film created by Randolph High School mass media students Vincent D'Alessandro, Ryan Taggart and Zach Harrell, won the Best Fiction Film (Drama) award at Ramapo College's RCNJ High School Film Festival.
Randolph High School Mass Media teacher Robert Finning said his three Mass Media 4 Honors students created the film in coordination with the Department of Defense as part of its STEM Video Contest. This film was also recognized by the department as Best Engineering Video.
"These students are serious filmmakers," Finning said. "I am proud of these students and constantly amazed at their dedication and talent."
"Squishy, Squishy," is a humorous film about some friends who invent a shrinking device and when a little sister gets a hold of the device, mayhem ensues. To watch the film, please click on this link: .
"It's nice when a college recognizes our work," filmmaker Vincent D'Alessandro said. "Zach, Ryan and I worked very hard on this project."
Vincent said he and Ryan and Zach enjoyed attending the festival so that they could see the work of other New Jersey high school student filmmakers.