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Broadcasting-Television student wins film award

Alison Boudreau has won a Broadcast Educators Association of Canada National Student Award.

The soon-to-be graduating Broadcasting-Television student produced and directed “Blind Date: The Musical,” which took home the top prize in the best drama or comedy short category.

Featured in Alison’s film are several of her classmates from the Broadcasting-Television program, including Tyler Erdelac, Ian Gablan and Shawn Zacchigna. The 10-minute short is a lighthearted musical comedy about the perils of dating and is available online to view.

The Broadcast Educators Association of Canada is a national organization dedicated to promoting excellence in media education. Each year, the organization honours the outstanding work produced by Canadian students and recent graduates through its Student Awards Program.

Alison will receive her award later this month at a ceremony to be held in Niagara-on-the-Lake.