Saint Michael Catholic High School Submits Winning Entry in Niagara Regional Police Student Film Festival

Congratulations to the Grade 12 Video Production Class at Saint Michael Catholic High School, who created the winning entry in the Niagara Regional Police Service’s annual Student Film Festival.

Each year, students from Niagara high schools are invited to submit a Public Service Announcement (PSA) for a topic that is important to teens, such as bullying and distracted driving. This year’s subject was suicide prevention.

The idea for winning entry came from student Iris Chiu, and featured Chiu, Sophia Deluca, John Paul Emareyo, Zarek Giroux and Mohammed Mohammed. The film was produced, directed and edited by Anthony Vaiana’s entire class, under his expert instruction.

The PSA was featured on CH Morning Live on Thursday, March 3, and will run on the channel throughout the month. You can view the video on its own here.

This is the second time in the event’s three-year history that a Niagara Catholic school was won the competition. Notre Dame College School won the inaugural year, for their anti-bullying submission, Read Between the Fines.

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