The success of our students on the Festival Circuit never slows down! Remember, if your film has been selected for a film festival or you win an award please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know! This way we can highlight you on our next Festival Corner update! Without further ado, here are this month’s updates!
Recently, Helen Scheer took some of our students, attending as “Fellows”, to the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, NC. Our students were kind enough to keep a journal each day, and we’re happy to present some entries from them so you can get a snap shot of the festival and their time
Two Chapman student films screen this week at the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival in N.M.: Grange to Garage (William Johnston-Carter) and The Pink Helmet Posse (Benjamin Mullinkosson and Kirstelle Laroche). Six Chapman student films screen this week at the Carmel International Film Festival in Calif: Ganas (Dan Eccles), Into the Silent Sea (Andrej
Into the Silent Sea (Andrej Landin) won Best Narrative Short Film at the Prescott Film Festival in Arizona and a Special Jury Prize at the Stony Brook Film Festival in New York. Blue (Katelyn Bianchini, Rena Cheng, Asia Lancaster) screens at the Woods Hole Film Festival in Massachusetts. Green Acres (James Beck)
4 Chapman films screen this week at the Topanga Film Festival in California: Blue (Katelyn Bianchini, Rena Cheng, Asia Lancaster) Green Acres (James Beck) Into the Silent Sea (Andrej Landin) Light Me Up (Derek Dolechek & Ryan Walton) 3 Chapman films screen this week at the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival in California: Blue
Three Chapman films won awards at the ASC Student Awards last weekend: Matthew Blake won the ASC Student Heritage Award in the documentary category for his cinematography in Forest Keepers. Ben Mullinkosson won the honorable mention in the documentary category for his cinematography in The Pink Helmet Posse. Doug Potts won the honorable mention in