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Hart TV members hone in their skills at STN

March 13, Hart’s Film Club attended the Student Television Network in Long Beach, a film competition comprising multiple contests, ranging in category and style from vlogs to vertical short films. The first day of STN was the Crazy Eight competition. Contestants had eight hours to shoot and edit a short film, the prompt being I Remember Everything. Contestants were also required to use the line, “I’m telling you, they just walked in and gave it to me.”

During the second day of STN, teams had to work on their music video, vlog, vertical short film and short film. The vlog and vertical short film were handled by Hart freshmen, sophomores took responpsibility with the movie trailer, juniors and seniors did the music video and short film. 

The silent film, movie trailer and commercial were all produced on day three and handled by Hart sophomores, juniors and seniors. The silent film’s prompt was Did You Hear That?, which the group initially found difficult to incorporate. However, senior Owen Rusk managed to use the prompt to the team’s advantage: [short sentence here about how he did that].

On the last day, STN held their closing ceremony. Hart took home an honorable mention for their short film and third place for their crazy eight film—the school’s first placement in 10 years. 

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“I had such a great time. I will miss the seniors, but I’m so glad they had one last great STN—and the freshmen did great. I’m just so glad to go on this trip with everyone,” said sophomore Jackson Mustamandy.

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The young-looking Adrian Vargas is a senior at Hart High School. This is his first and last year being part of The Smoke Signal. He enjoys biking in his free time, and he also tends to draw and/or scribble. He's usually reserved to himself and his friends, but when he gets comfortable he lets his personality out. Some people say he looks Filipino, but he's actually Mexican.
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