BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- TransMedia Group said it will shine a media spotlight on G-Star School of the Arts for Film, Animation and Performing Arts accomplishments (www.GStarschool.org), including its students recently outperforming over 15,000 submissions in sweeping top honors at the National Scholastic Arts Competition.
TransMedia said its publicity for G-Star students will focus on how its students have impressed the performing arts world by racking up a stunning string of victories in competitions, including winning first place Gold Key and second place Silver Key awards for their artistic submissions in National Scholastic Arts Competition.
"This is not only going to be gratifying but fun to shower this great charter school in Palm Springs, Florida with well-deserved publicity," said TransMedia President Adrienne Mazzone (www.transmediagroup.com).
Recently entering their art work in film, animation and photography, G-Star student Eli Dreyfuss walked away with an unprecedented 14 awards, including seven Gold Key Awards, three Silver Awards, and four Honorable Mention Awards for his Still Photography, she said.
"Our publicity will highlight G-Star with 1100 students as the largest film, animation and acting high school in the nation, and the only high school in the world that sits on the back lot of a major motion picture studio, the G-Star Studios.
"We selected TransMedia because of the PR firm's experience in promoting the arts, including outstanding organizations as The Palm Beach International Film Festival," said Greg Hauptner, Founder and CEO of the public charter high school serving students across Palm Beach County and coming from throughout the world to study film production, 3-D animation and acting.
TransMedia said its publicity will highlight G-Star as a complete college preparatory school with honors classes and its International Baccalaureate World School Programme, training students in Writing, Directing, Producing, Acting and all aspects of film and TV production.
"We intend to illuminate G-Star's status as an "A" rated school 5 years in a row and academically in the top 1.2% of all high schools in the nation according to the Washington Post; U.S. News & World Report named it one of "The Best High Schools in America; "The Number One High School for Film in the World" the Raindance Film Festival, Europe's largest independent film festival.
"We'll publicize their Open House Saturday and Sunday, March 5 and 6."
Media contact: Adrienne Mazzone 561-750-9800 x2270; firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE TransMedia Group