Congratulations – 2011 Award Winners

On April 3rd, 2011, Columbia University was proud to host the 7th Annual Columbia University National Undergraduate Film Festival. With judges Jennifer Elster (In The Woods, BELIEF) and Jamal Josephs (August Rush), the event was a fantastic showcase of seven student independent films which ranged from horror to heartfelt comedy.

The 2011 Nominees Were:

By Jude – Angela Chen

Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Crafts – Talia Alberts

Nightfall – Corry Wiens

pennies – Jonathan Chanin

Hypnocus-Pocused – Victor Suarez

Marta – Rachel Mersky

The Goldfish – Jacob Mendel

And the Winners Are:

Best Film – Hypnocus-Pocused

Best Directed – pennies

Best Cinematography – The Goldfish

Best Acting – Hypnocus-Pocused

Best Screenplay – Marta

Concord Audience Award – Hypnocus-Pocused

Congratulations to all the winners, and to thank you to all who submitted to this year’s festival.

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And the 2010 Winners are...

~ Best Picture ~

Action World
Aaron Fronk, Vince DeGaetano, and Cooper Johnson
Columbia College Chicago

~ Concord Award (for Most Popular Film) ~

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Jonathan Ong
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh

~ Best Directed ~

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Aaron Fronk, Vince DeGaetano, and Cooper Johnson
Columbia College Chicago

~ Best Screenplay ~

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Jason Outenreath
Oberlin College

~ Frontiers Award (for Most Original Film) ~

Old Man's Tomb
Matt Reynolds
Bates College, and The Maine Media Workshops

~ Best Editing ~

Wandering Star
Anthony Hays and Matt Yoka
University of Colorado, at Boulder

~ Best Acting ~

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Victor Suarez and John Sadlik Columbia University of New York / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne

~ Best Cinematography ~

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Jackson Adams
Emerson College

~ Opus Award (for Best Use of Music & Sound) ~

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Erica M. Hart
Northwestern University

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