Burnsville High School graduate Scott Tinkham is a finalist for the National Student Production Awards in two categories for videos he created while he was a student at BHS. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced the nominees on Sept. 12.
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Burnsville High School senior Scott Tinkham's film, "JERRAD," won Best Documentary and Best Cinematography at the EDU Film Festival, the premier Minnesota film event for high school students on May 13 at the ShowPlace ICON Theater in St. Louis Park.
"'JERRAD' is about a kid with cerebral palsy,” said Scott. “It is about him overcoming his limitations, and not letting his disability define who he is.”
Burnsville High School senior Scott Tinkham created a short film called "JERRAD" about Burnsville junior Jerrad Solberg that will be the featured selection at the EDU Film Festival, the premier Minnesota film event for high school students.
The film will be shown at noon on Friday, May 13, at the ShowPlace ICON Theater in St. Louis Park, and will be followed by a question-and-answer session with Scott and Jerrad.
Burnsville High School senior Scott Tinkham won a 2016 NATAS-Upper Midwest Region Student Video Production Award on Sunday, April 10. Winners were announced at a ceremony held at the Radisson Blu Hotel at the Mall of America.
Burnsville High School junior Scott Tinkham won two 2015 NATAS-Upper Midwest Region student video production awards on Sunday, April 12. Winners were announced at a ceremony held at the Radisson Blue Hotel at the Mall of America.