Kamal Adham Center Graduate Students Win Big at the Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts

Congratulations to Adham Center Television and Digital Journalism Masters students for winning big at this year's Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Annual Festival of Media Arts. 


In the Film and Video Category: Sherehan Khaled Elazazy won 1st Place for her story,  "Egyptian South Pole."
In the Micro Documentary Category: Dania Elmor won 2nd place for her story, "Dorgham’s Son." Layla Umara won an Award of Excellence for her story, "A Craft in Color;" Maha El-Rayes won Award of Excellence for her story, "Siwa, Heaven of Recovery."
In the Short Film Documentary Category: Hussein El Moataz  won Award of Excellence for his story, "The People of Gold."

All these stories were part of the master's students' capstone projects supervised by Hussein Amin, professor in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication and director of the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism.

The prestigious BEA is one of the top three international conferences in the field of media and communication. The student wins were among more than 1,700 submissions from all around the world in the different festival categories. The BEA is held in April every year in Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, the United States, where the winners will be spotlighted.


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