Huntington University Arizona once again made their presence known in the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Student Production Award nominees list for 2022.
With 17 nominations, HU Arizona’s nominees are hoping for a strong showing at the awards ceremony, Oct. 1, according to a news release.
Additionally, two freshmen at HU Arizona received nominations in the high school category. Brandon Zukas and Ian Allen attended high schools in the Peoria Unified School District.
Students weren’t the only ones to receive nominations this fall.
Phil Wilson, digital media arts program director at Huntington University Arizona, also received two professional Emmy nominations, one for his work as director and the other for his skills in lighting.
Student Production Award nominations connected to HU Arizona are as follows:
COLLEGE NON-FICTION SHORT FORM
Jose Sifuentes, director
Xander Martin, director
COLLEGE MUSIC VIDEO
What Would You Do?
Tommy Pascale, director
Cheyanne Glazier, producer/editor
Chloe Cosette, producer/director of photography
COLLEGE FICTION LONG FORM
Mathew Molyneux, writer
Anika Sorum, writer/editor
Alex Kennedy, producer/editor
Tatyana Keller, director
COLLEGE ANIMATION/GRAPHICS/SPECIAL EFFECTS
Shanon Mcneil, director
Waves of Emotion
Sabrina Hirsch, producer
Mathew "Smallz" Molyneux, sound mixer
Waves of Emotion
Sabrina Hirsch, director
Anika Sorum, director
Alex Kennedy, director
Cheyanne Glazier, editor
Mathew Molyneux, editor
Alex Kennedy, cinematographer
Mathew "Smallz" Molyneux, cinematographer
Chloe Cosette, cinematographer
HIGH SCHOOL ANIMATION/GRAPHICS/SPECIAL EFFECTS
Liberty High School Ian Allen Lightsaber Dual
Liberty High School PSBN
Ian Allen, editor/director/producer
HIGH SCHOOL VIDEO ESSAY
Daktronics Dream Come True
Peoria Unified School District
Brandon Zukas, producer/editor
Huntington University Arizona opened in 2016, welcoming students seeking a degree in digital media arts. Since that time, students have created regionally and nationally awarded work, including ADDY awards, BEA Best of Fest awards, and Emmy Student Production Awards.
The 30,000-square-foot building houses bachelor’s degree programs in animation, film production, broadcast media, and graphic design. The facility features film and TV studios, high-end computer classroom/labs, private editing suites, a state-of-the-art TV control room, a Foley pit, a host of EFP and cinema cameras, and lighting gear for student production work.