Take 1 Film Festival April 8, 2015

Take 1 Film Festival took place on April 8, 2015. The 14 finalist films went through a rigorous jury process and were selected from over 70 Best of Class Moving Image Production II and Cinema Notebooks/Cinema Image & Process Fiction, Final and Documentary categories.

Susan Kerns, Assistant Professor and Foundations Coordinator, hosted the festival, conducted a question and answer session after the screening and presented cash awards.

Jury Award Moving Image Production IILaurel-02
3:00 AM by Evan Rein (’17), Regan Young (’17) Andrew Henke (’17) and Rashad Hussein (’17)

Jury Award Cinema Notebooks/Cinema Image & Process Fiction
Aberration by Hannah Ward (’17), JT Klingenmeier (’17) Mike Fornari (’17) and Justin Butler (’17)

Jury Award Cinema Notebooks/Cinema Image & Process Final
It Passes And We Stay by Eva Aenaro Acero (’17)

Jury Award Cinema Notebooks/Cinema Image & Process Documentary
But You’re A Girl by Evan Sheehan (’17) and Noel Dombroski (’17)

Audience Choice Award Moving Image Production II
Stolen Things by Michael Evans (’17) and Alex Flugel (’17)

Audience Choice Award Cinema Notebooks/Cinema Image & Process
Run by Anne Daley (’17), Alex Arata (’17) Evan Sheehan (’17) and Hamin Kim (’17)

FINALISTS SP15

100 Years of Beth by John-Austin Lachausse (’17), Ethan Chapin (’17) and Mandy Grathwohl (’17)
But You’re A Girl by Evan Sheehan (’17) and Noel Dombroski (’17)
Giants in the Sky by Erin Grote (’17)Take One Film Festival_Poster_Final[1]
The High Times of Change by Michael Evans (’17) and Brendan Lyons (’17)
3:00 AM by Evan Rein (’17), Regan Young (’17) Andrew Henke (’17) and Rashad Hussein (’17)
I Regret by Michelle Sudeikis (’17) and India Garcia-Kroska (’17)
Control Line by Cody Gene Sumner (’17)
The Invention of Mime by John-Austin Lachausse (’17), Mandy Grathwohl (’17), Anna Lindholm and and Ethan Chapin (’17)
Aberration by Hannah Ward (’17), JT Klingenmeier (’17) Mike Fornari (’17) and Justin Butler (’17)
Katherine Johnson on Self Esteem by Riley Cavanaugh (’17)
Recuerdo by Sean Dirat (’17) and Eduardo Fabian (’17)
It Passes And We Stay by Eva Aenaro Acero (’17)
Stolen Things by Michael Evans (’17) and Alex Flugel (’17)
Run by Anne Daley (’17), Alex Arata (’17) Evan Sheehan (’17) and Hamin Kim (’17)