(PALM SPRINGS, FL) MARCH 4, 2016 — Five G-Star School of the Arts for Film, Animation and Performing Arts students have won first place Gold Key and second place Silver Key awards for their artistic submissions at the National Scholastic Arts Competition.
Over 15,000 students entered their art work in film, animation and photography. G-Star School of the Arts is proud to announce G-Star student Eli Dreyfuss walked away with an unprecedented 14 awards including 7 Gold Key Awards, 3 Silver Awards, and 4 Honorable Mention Awards for his Still Photography.
Among the honors he received were:
Gold Key: Stuck in Time
Gold Key: Stand Strong
Gold Key: State of Depression
Gold Key: Laughing Hands
Gold Key: Soul Perspective
Gold Key: Final Glance
Gold Key: Royalty
Silver Key: Art Portfolio Social Darkness
Silver Key: Demeaning Darkness
Silver Key: Tolerance
Honorable Mention: Artistic Vision
Honorable Mention: Self Reflection
Honorable Mention: Insight
Honorable Mention: Mysterious Faces
Matt Wilson, Noah Engle and Billy Rubeck won the Gold Key Award for their animated professional commercial for a national product titled 911 BOOST. Christian Aguiar won the Silver Key Award in the Film & Animation category for his film “America.”
“Even more astounding, this is the third international competition Eli Dreyfuss has won with his photography with over 12,000 students in one competition from around the world and 15,000 in another,” says Greg Hauptner, the school’s Founder and CEO. “That means Eli has finished first three times in direct competition with a combined number of 42,000 students!”
If you are interested in learning more about G-Star, the school will be hosting an open house next month on March 5th and 6th from 1-2:30 p.m.