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Narrative Film Class Wins Award and Hosts Film Fest
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Narrative Film Class Wins Award and Hosts Film Fest

2016's "Burning Midnight" Wins at Monument Mountain High School's Student Film Festival of the Berkshires

And the award goes to... Darrow's Narrative Film Class won the Best Fiction category at the recent Student Film Festival of the Berkshires at Monument Mountain High School in Great Barrington, MA.


The class won for the centerpiece of Darrow's 2016 Narrative Film Festival, "Burning Midnight," a horror-fantasy film. Pictured with teacher Patrick Toole are Narrative Film students (from left): Louis '18, Will '18, and Peter '18.

You can read more about the awards in The Berkshire Edge and you can watch "Burning Midnight" in its entirety.

On May 12, 2017, the Narrative Film Production class hosted Darrow's 2017 Narrative Film Festival, featuring seven original entries written, directed, produced, and starring Darrow students. You can watch all the films on our YouTube channel. 

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