MELBOURNE, FLA.—A Crystal Reel Award was given to Florida Institute of Technology alumnus Barry Eager at the 20th Annual Florida Motion Picture and Television Association awards, recently held in Plant City. Eager produced the six‐minute video, in partnership with Florida Tech.
The video, “The Scott Center for Autism Treatment,” showcases the university’s work in treating autism.
Eager, who graduated in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in aviation management, also won a Crystal Reel Award for his video work for the university in 2007.
That award was for his production of the university’s 50th Anniversary Golden Anniversary Campaign video.
The Florida Motion Picture and Television Association created the Crystal Reel Awards to highlight outstanding achievements in the television, motion
picture, digital media and recording industries in Florida.
Eager is founder and president of Phantom Films of Florida. He lives in Indialantic.