“In-Game Dreamer,” the documentary film produced by Pine Productions wins as Most Child-Friendly Documentary in the Young Adult Category in the recently concluded National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) 2022 DokyuBata Documentary Film Competition with the theme, “Sa Mundo ng Social Media, Ligtas Ka Ba?”. The production team, composed of junior and senior BA Communication students, was awarded during the National Virtual Awarding Ceremony last November 11, 2022, via NCCT’s Facebook page.
Saint Louis University and the School of Teacher Education and Liberal Arts congratulate documentarists Remy Mae Consolacion, Mikee Ganotan, Federico Gatchalian III, Llord Christian Peralta, Athena Avelino, Darryl Valdez, Lance Gabrielle Mascardo, John Emerson Dona, Jessa Yaccao and Jairus Cardinoza.
It is to be noted that four (4) SLU entries were shortlisted in this year’s DokyuBata Documentary Film Competition: (1) “In-Game Dreamer” of Pine Productions, (2) “Pitik Bulag” of Lagda Productions, (3) “Taympers” of Tanglaw Films, and (4) “3D: Dependency, Dysregulated, Disposition” of Sining Laya Productions. Every year SLU BA Communication students join NCCT’s DokyuBata and have been consistently winning.