Kopachuck Middle School teacher Alexa Shanafelt, left, supported students Madlynn Hale, Blake Kelley and Ian Belton as they worked on their films to submit to the Gig Harbor Film Festival’s 72 Hour Film Competition.
Kopachuck Middle School teacher Alexa Shanafelt, left, supported students Madlynn Hale, Blake Kelley and Ian Belton as they worked on their films to submit to the Gig Harbor Film Festival’s 72 Hour Film Competition. Joan Cronk Special to the Gateway
Kopachuck Middle School teacher Alexa Shanafelt, left, supported students Madlynn Hale, Blake Kelley and Ian Belton as they worked on their films to submit to the Gig Harbor Film Festival’s 72 Hour Film Competition. Joan Cronk Special to the Gateway

Aspiring filmmakers show off creativity as part of 72 hour competition

March 29, 2017 12:06 PM

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