BYU student films, filmmakers win record number of ‘student Emmys’

by | Apr. 03, 2012

Arts & Entertainment

For the third year in a row, BYU student films have won multiple student Emmys from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation, with this year’s haul being the largest ever.

On Saturday night, BYU student films and filmmakers won an unprecedented five awards at the 33rd College Television Awards.

Student film “Mr. Bellpond” won the student Emmy for best comedy, “I Am Not My Body,” won the 2nd place documentary award, and “My Hero,” won for best children’s program. Meanwhile, “I Am Not My Body” director Mark Williams won the Seymour Bricker Family Humanitarian Award and “Mr. Bellpond” director A. Todd Smith got the nod for best director.

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