Light House Achievement Awards

Achievement Awards

There is more than one way to be an award-winning filmmaker. At Light House, we offer a diverse range of filmmaking workshops to help our students grow in their knowledge of video production. We like to recognize the students who have gone above and beyond with Achievement Awards.

Our Achievement Awards are given to students who have completed workshops covering various topics, demonstrating their knowledge of and experience in video production. These awards set our students apart when applying to colleges and jobs. As a benefit of receiving a Light House Achievement Award, students will receive recognition on the website and in our newsletter. Take your filmmaking to the next level!

Awards & Requirements

RED-SMALL-award-ribbon Cinema Skills Award
10 Core workshops
(MovieMakers, Filmmaking 1 & 2, Narrative, Documentary, Music Video, Animation, Movie Musical)

BLUE-SMALL-award-ribbon Community Engagement Award
3 Community Workshops
(Commercial Production, Freelance Projects)

YELLOW-SMALL-award-ribbon Technical Methods Award
6 Special Skills Workshops
(Screenwriting, Cinematography, Editing, Lighting, Sound, Makeup, VFX)

All Star Award

10 Core Workshops, 3 Community Workshops, 6 Special Skills Workshops

  • Printed and framed certificate
  • Portfolio review (one-on-one guidance in creating a demo reel)
  • Recognition on website and in email newsletter


Achievement Award Recipients

Ryan Beard, All Star
Ceci Becker, Cinema Skills
Saunder Boyle, All Star
Caroline Cox, All Star
Jago Gould, Technical Methods
Bryan Guzman, Community Engagement, Technical Methods
Ellie Hoskins, Cinema Skills
Artina Li, Community Engagement
Jolinna Li, Community Engagement
Bertie Sackson, Cinema Skills
Libby Slaughter, Community Engagement
Gus Smith, Cinema Skills
Nate Winter, All Star