"After countless meetings, rewrites, days of filming and editing, our strictly five-minute short film "We All Bleed" made it to All-State for speech after earning straight ones at State. This is only the second year doing short film at BK, yet we beat out 30 other films at State to reach All-State. The purpose of a short film is to either entertain or share a message, which we have done through spreading awareness about teenage domestic abuse."
This is the second time Belmond-Klemme Speech Students submitted/completed in the Short Film catagory of Speech Contest. Our Broncos earned division I rating for this, and we all have a case of #BroncoPride!
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