Screenings and Awards Tom Teller’s HUM was selected for the 17th Annual Melbourne International Animation Festival. Keegan Mullin’s THE LAST WORDS has been selected for the 22nd Annual San Luis Obispo International Film Festival. Jenna Kirshon’s NOTE FOR NOTE, Keegan Mullin’s THE LAST WORDS, and Nelson Tracey’s DON’T TELL MY MOM were officially selected for
Film Festival updates Two Chapman Digital Arts Films will have their international debut at Expotoons International Animation Festival, September 3-6, 3015 in Buenos Aires. http://www.expotoons.com/web/ o VOLCANO!, by Marie Cheng o PEST FRIENDS, by Jennifer Re Marie Cheng is currently working at Nickelodeon Animation Studio as a Production Coordinator. She is testing for storyboard revisionist
Into the Silent Sea (written and directed by Andrej Landin BFA/Film Prod. ‘13) won Best Student Film last week at the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival in California.
3 Chapman student films won awards at the Sedona International Film Festival in Arizona: Blue (Katelyn Bianchini ‘12, Rena Cheng ‘12, Asia Lancaster ‘12) won Director’s Choice Award for Best Animated Short Film, Grounded (Monica Stefanelli ‘13) won Audience Choice Award for Best Animated Short Film, Into the Silent Sea (Andrej Landin ‘13) won both
Carles Torrens' independent short film Sequence won the Canal + award this week at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in France. Sequence will now be broadcast repeatedly on their network for the next year.
Into the Silent Sea (Andrej Landin) screens this week at the Gothenburg International Film Festival in Sweden.
Eric Otten's film Drain screens this week at the Spokane Int”l Film Festival in Washington.
Blue (Katelyn Bianchini, Rena Cheng, Asia Lancaster) won Special Jury Mention in the International Animation Short film category at the Pune Int'l Film Festival in India.
2 Chapman films screen this week at the Irvine Int”l Film Festival in California: Being Doug (Michael Van Orden) and Glazed and Confused (Trevor Stevens).
5 Chapman films won CINE Golden Eagle Awards: Breathe Life (Matthew Jekowsky, Carly Berryhill, Samantha Andre), Into the Silent Sea (Andrej Landin), Learning to Live (Katie Wise, Ashley Moradipour, Malina Fagan), Sikh Formaggio (Katie Wise, Devyn Bisson, Dan Duran), and Straight Down Low (Zach Wechter).