Paul and His Wall

Paul and his Wall

Steven Anderson (story, writer, director, sound design)
Evan Harbuck (story, cinematographer, visual effects, colorist)

Steven Anderson was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan and was then raised by his loving parents Linda and Kevin Anderson in a small town nearby called Vicksburg. During high school, he spent most of his time making movies while learning from his film mentor and teacher Troy Smith (today they are still very close friends). He went on to attend Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture, Television, and Recording Arts where he wrote and directed five short films and worked on over 35 others to learn all aspects of film production. After graduating in December of 2008, he moved to Los Angeles where he plans to stay close with the friends from film school to pursue his career in directing and overall filmmaking.

Evan Harbuck, born in Atlanta, GA, spent his formative years raised in Orlando, FL. Within the freedom of a high school photography class, he discovered a passion for filmmaking and experimented with film craft and visual storytelling. He went on to attend the Florida State’s College of Motion Picture, Television, and Recording Arts where he furthered his education in the technical and creative craft of film production. After graduating in December 2008, he moved to Los Angeles where he currently pursues a career in cinematography taking him back to his photographic roots and the art of storytelling through a visual image.

Florida State College of Motion Picture, Television, and Recording Arts:
A magical tale about a timid recluse named Paul who discovers love through a hole in his inner-city apartment wall.

2007 best picture award

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) ~

Priceless
Jonathan Ong
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh

~ Best Directed ~

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

~ Best Screenplay ~

Fresas
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 ~

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

~ Best Cinematography ~

Warren Budd and his Propeller Plane
Jackson Adams
Emerson College

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

Developer
Erica M. Hart
Northwestern University

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