After the stories have been written and the movie trailers produced and the votes have been cast and counted, here are the results: Best Use of Text in a Movie Trailer: Samantha Ballas, for “Safe” <iframe id=”vp11S3cH” title=”Video Player” width=”432″ height=”243″ frameborder=”0″ src=”https://s3.amazonaws.com/embed.animoto.com/play.html?w=swf/production/vp1&e=1384968427&f=1S3cHudG2LC5us1dT2uFPg&d=0&m=a&r=360p&volume=100&start_res=360p&i=m&asset_domain=s3-p.animoto.com&animoto_domain=animoto.com&options=” allowfullscreen></iframe> Best Use of Images in a Movie Trailer: Will Cusick, for … Continue reading And the Oscar Goes to . . .
Kenny Royce is the worst behaved kid at our school. He is ruthless. He eggs teachers’ houses. He steals. He cheats on tests and never gets caught. He isn’t a bully though; he mostly doesn’t interact with others. Kenny is usually alone. There are so many rumors about him. Some are almost impossible. Kids at … Continue reading Royced