Erica M. Hart

Erica M. Hart will graduate from Northwestern University in June with a BA in Radio/Television/Film and Art History. Erica’s directorial debut, Developer, was the 2008-2009 Northwestern University Women Filmmaker’s Alliance grant. In January she directed her second short film, Moment Capacity, for which she received the largest film grant at Northwestern. Moment Capacity is a drama set in a small-town, which explores the universal struggle of empathy. In addition to directing, Erica was the producer of two films at NU this year: the absurdist comedy Running Fox and the structuralist documentary Dinosaur. Erica plans to move to Los Angeles following graduation.

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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