Framingham High School held its annual BOLTZ awards last week. The BOLTZ recognize the best at Framingham High in TV and film production.
Junior Alex Leombruno won three awards.
Class of 2016 graduate Elena Jacob won best director.
Julie Carson and Evan Marinofsky won the best anchor awards.
Class of 2016’s Donnie Cadman won the award for best camera operator, with Marinofsky winning the audio award.
Leombruno won awards for best news package and cinematographer.
She produced a piece titled Tribute to Holden Caufield, starring Framingham High student Eli Bondar. It was shot in New York City and in Boston. (Editor’s Note: Watch below)
Leombruno also won an award for best segment on Flyers News with junior Patrick Cassidy for their weekly Sports Update feature. (Editor’s note: Watch one episode below.)
Dan Rogers and Dani Perry won the documentary award for a piece titled 30th floor, on the Framingham High School Drama Company’s production of Sideways Stories at Wayside School. The 2016 production won the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild’s State Drama Festival. (Editor’s note:Watch the award-winning joint effort below.)
Class of 2016’s Emilie Toth and Tara Murphy won the short film award for 11 Months and 12 days.
Ren Hanna won the music video award.
The most improved award went to Robin Kerr. She also won the video technical award.
The 6th Man award went to Blake Davison.
Megan Romine won the editor award for her IB Conference piece. She also won for best technical director.
Benjy Kling won the floor manager award.
Photos by Janet Leombruno