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Skills 21 Video Selected as Top 3 in State Competition

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Students in Skills 21 spent Q3 participating in extensive research, writing, filming and editing to produce short, documentary films for the Connecticut Student Film Festival. All students were required to not only find reliable sources online, but to also conduct at least two filmed interviews with experts and community members. Taryn Crossley, Annika Vikstrom, and Jilliene Seymour’s documentary, “Paranormal Activity in Connecticut” was selected as a top 3 nominee and was screened at the event. Nice job girls!

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