Oklahoma film students win awards for short documentary work
March 18, 2018
JENKS, Okla. (AP) — Jenks High School student Jackson Cropper saw something he had never seen before, but it had a little more meaning than it might have before he made a new prize-winning documentary.
He was walking to a friend's house and a man driving a minivan rolled by.
"He threw a newspaper out, and I was like, 'That's such a foreign concept. I've never seen that before. Like an actual paperboy. It's 2018.'"
"Yeah, like it's something you only see in the movies," added Jonathan Godfrey, his partner in making "Pressed," a documentary about freedom of the press that is one of several...
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