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Letran Broadcasting students’ masterpieces in Broadfest 2016

This year’s Broadfest by the broadcasting students of Colegio de San Juan de Letran was successfully held on March 19 at the Letran Sc Auditorium. It presented TV dramas, music videos and public service announcements produced by junior and senior students.

Broadfest serves as the showroom of broadcasting students of their final requirements in their professional courses. Once complete, they later on passed their projects to the different student category competitions in the Philippines.

The senior and junior students from Letran Institute of Communication
Broadfest features 45-minute television dramas, fou –minute music videos and 30-seconder to one-minute radio public service announcements (PSAs).

Now on its second year, Broadfest is organized by the professors of Letran Institute of Communication. Last year’s Broadfest was a blast for it bagged different awards. Sean Lawrence Elevado directed the music video entitled “Stand Ground,” which won first runner up and special jury prize at AV Faith Awards. His 10-minute TV documentary, Lunas, won the people’s choice award at the same award giving body. And Bulag na Puso, a 45-minute drama, also directed by Elevado together with his production team won in Excellence in best scoring, best screenplay, and best director.

Hopefully this year’s entries could have more achievements, and leave again legacies in the Letran institute of Communication, For more information contact Aaron Zoilo Talinio, 0935-447-3825, or through email [email protected]

Topics: Colegio de San Juan de Letran , Letran Broadcasting students , Broadfest 2016
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