The Rock Ethics Institute

Initiatives

2011 Ethics Film Awardees

Adam BoucEthics Film Awardee

Class of 2011
Film–Video
Penn State University Park

The Golden Rule

Adam Bouc graduated from Penn State with honors in Film–Video, a B.A. in English, and a Theatre minor. He is also a member of the honor society Phi Beta Kappa. In the past four years, in addition to his theatre extracurriculars, he has done freelance video work for many different causes and organizations, and had his work featured in the Penn State film festival. He plans to pursue a career in film in Los Angeles.

Bello GaladanchiEthics Film Awardee

Class of 2011
Biomedical Engineering
Penn State University Park

The Business Deal

Bello Galadanchi is originally from Nigeria.  He graduated from Penn State with a major in Biomedical Engineering, where he was Co-Vice President of the student group “Men Against Violence.”  Galadanchi is an aspiring filmmaker and small business owner.  He likes making films, and having people see what he envisions every day.  He is seeking to be a professional in making dark comedies and documentaries.  He enjoys watching well-made films, and enlightening and eye-catching documentaries.  He would like to make films about social justice in the future.

Jeremy HallEthics Film Awardee

Class of 2012
Film–Video
Penn State University Park

Voice

Jeremy Hall is an incoming senior Film-Video major at Penn State. For the past two years, he has created short promotional films for various clubs and groups at Penn State University Park. This summer, Jeremy is interning at National Geographic in Washington, D.C. He is involved with the All Roads Film Project. He enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with such pursuits as hiking, camping, and fishing. He is also an avid soccer player. After graduating in May, Jeremy plans on pursuing a path in film production, wherever it leads.