BCTC Script to Screen graduate Stanley Sievers wins “Best Film Editing” in Atlanta Comedy Film Festival

Jul 25, 2017

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Stanley Sievers, a 2014 graduate of Bluegrass Community and Technical College’s (BCTC) Script to Screen film program, has won “Best Film Editing” for the short film “Fratino” at the recently held 2017 Atlanta Comedy Film Festival. http://www.atlantacomedyfilmfestival.net/2017/07/atlanta-comedy-film-festival-summer.html?m=1

The Atlanta Comedy Film Festival is a theatrical event for international filmmakers to screen their comedy films in Atlanta, Georgia.

He is also in the running as a producer finalist for the comedy short film “Rap Skool,” in the “Laugh Out Loud: Just For Laughs Eat My Shorts Competition” which runs through July 27. His nominated film can be found here: http://contest.laughoutloud.com/nominee/rap-skool.

Sievers, an editor and director, lives and works in Chicago, performing with the famed Second City comedy club and works at Active Campaign, a marketing company in Chicago. According to his IMDb page, he has several short film credits, including a TV movie: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm6359458/.

BCTC’s Filmmaking Certificate Program offers students an opportunity to work with industry professionals in a master class setting. Graduates of the program have been placed in active productions all over Kentucky and the country.

To learn more about BCTC’s Filmmaking Certificate Program, visit the Film Program's website.