Canyon Crest Academy Student Film Festival winners announced

The CCA Student Film Festival and Envision Visual Arts show was held May 21.

The film festival was a showcase of student films created in the Envision Cinema program at CCA, in conjunction with the Envision Visual Arts (EVA) show.

At the event, more than $300 was collected for a tornado relief fund to help students who lost everything in the April 27 tornado in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Below are the winners of the Film Festival. Finalized versions of the Cinema Conservatory films will be posted on our Vimeo website by the end of the school year,

Best Comedy
“Seymour’s Tree”: Zac Brown, Brice Lampe, Amanda Cowles, Alex Powell

Best Documentary (Tie)
“Shelter”: Jordan Raoufpur, Kia Zomorrodi
“Tomorrow and the Next Day”: Sam Sarokin, Amanda Cowles, Olivia Klatch, Brice Lampe, Jordan Raoufpur

Best Drama
“Perspective”: Andrey Misyutin, Daniel Osterman, Sam Engel

Best Experimental
“Anteater”: Daniel Osterman, Andrey Misyutin, Alex Mueller, Zac Brown, Matt Britt

Best Music Video
“Brick Beat”: Adelyn Chan, Josh Masters, Richard Liu, Nick DeMarco, Alvin Liu

Overall Winner
“Unfaithful”: Jacob Morrison, Jesse Ostroff, Catie Ellwood, Alex Powell, Sam Engel

Audience Choice
“Tomorrow and the Next Day”: Sam Sarokin, Amanda Cowles, Olivia Klatch, Brice Lampe, Jordan Raoufpur

Related posts:

  1. Canyon Crest Academy presents ‘Festival of the Arts’ Jan. 8
  2. Carmel Valley: Canyon Crest student’s film to be shown at festivals
  3. Canyon Crest Academy’s Envision Theater to hold festival of one-act plays
  4. Canyon Crest Academy to host Gamelan Festival 2011
  5. Canyon Crest festival celebrates the arts

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