Over the last 10 years, BestFest America has become the largest student film festival in the world! Over 500 high school and college students submit their films annually in 9 different categories. We met with some of the organizers and previous winners to see if BestFest truly is the best fest.
I AM DYSLEXIC - Short Animated Student Film
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This documentary aims at demonstrating that being a film student isn't as easy as it sounds. It also shows the filmmaking process, though not in full detail, as we were restricted with time. Also, on a side note, this is in it's own right an Oz production but the logo was not added, as one of the crew members felt that it implied that I, Oz, was the sole maker of the film. Rather than argue we came up with a whole new name for our group as a whole, which is what Another D.A.M.M. Production came from.
Regret is a student short film, It is about a man who drives drunk, hitting and killing a child. The movie was filmed on Staten Island by Brendan Evans
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Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, AJ Hamilton, were invited to cover the 41st Annual Annie Awards for The International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood held at UCLA’s Royce Hall. This year, honorary awards were presented to Steven Spielberg, Katsuhiro Otomo and Phil Tippett. The big winner of the night was Disney’s “Frozen” with the studio picking up 11 awards (Walt Disney Animation Studios and Disney Television Animation) and Disney-Pixar took home another five awards. DreamWorks Animation won three Annie Awards and 20th Century Fox Television and the Cartoon Network each picked up two. In the television categories, “Futurama,” “Disney Sofia the First,” and “Adventure Time” also picked up Annie Awards. Visit our website for the complete breakdown list of winners.
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The Annie Awards honor overall excellence as well as individual achievement in a total of 30 categories ranging from best feature, production design, character animation, and effects animation to storyboarding, writing, music, editing and voice acting. The Annie Awards are often a predictor on who will win an Oscar for Best Animated Feature. Created in 1972 by veteran voice talent June Foray, the Annie Awards have grown in scope and stature for the past three decades. For information on ASIFA-Hollywood, please visit www.asifa-hollywood****. For information on the Annie Awards, please visit www.annieawards****.
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Video from the red carpet at the 2007 Air Canada enRoute Student Film Festival awards gala in Toronto, including interviews with winning VFS grads Paul St. Amand (Parallels) and Aaron Beckum (Who Wants to Be an Amerikan).
This is my first student film. For the project were not allowed any audio and it had to be 1 minute max.
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"8848" Student film
Directors: Maelys Faget, Gregory Jennings, Kevin Franczuk
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This film is made by a one year old Animation Students who's done his one year course at Graphiti School of Animation.
This is my music video interpretation of Justice's song "Waters of Nazareth" off their album "Cross". A better quality video can be seen and downloaded from here... *******www.vimeo****/979190. Hopefully people really get a simultaneous feeling from both watching the film and listening to the music. Neon lights and roughness were a big inspiration for this film. I did it as a final project in Basic Audio/Video Production class at SMU (Southern Methodist University) in Dallas. I served as everybody on the crew besides the actors and the transportation (although at one point my actor films himself). It's starring Seth Thomas and Amanda Hinojos. The film is entirely shot in Dallas and edited on Final Cut Pro. Oh and by the way, some people may notice that the song is shortened from the original; given the time constraints, I had to do it. Let's just hope it gives "justice" to Justice.