A documentary commemorating Roane State Community College’s 40th anniversary has received another honor.
Roane State alumnus Keith McDaniel of Secret City Films in Oak Ridge wrote and directed “Roane State: 40 Years of Class.” The documentary recently received a 2012 National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 2 Silver Medallion Award.
NCMPR District 2 includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, and The Bahamas.
The film had previously earned second-place honors in the 33rd annual Telly Awards and a third-place award from the Tennessee College Public Relations Association (TCPRA).
The film showcases stories about the college from 1971–2011 as told by Roane State’s presidents, faculty, staff, alumni and community leaders.
“Roane State: 40 Years of Class” was co-produced by Roane State advertising and promotions manager Celia Breedlove and by alumni relations director Tamsin Miller. The film was narrated by David Dwyer with music by Auralation and sound by Jim Rogers.
DVDs are available on Roane State campuses. For copies or more information, contact Roane State’s Office of Alumni Relations at (865) 882-4640 or [email protected].