Student Choice Writer Award:
1. “The Wal-mart Ninja Incident” by Ben Bentley
2. “Ding Dong Ditch Werewolf” by Viktoria Castanos
3. TIE: “Murder on Timberly Rd.” by Miles Loftin, “Werecorn” by Sara Armstrong
Student Choice Film Award:
1. “Door to Door” by Scotty White/Stupid Mop Studios
2. “Going Crazy” by Trey Brannon
3. “The Wal-Mart Ninja Incident” by Logan Bowes/Jolt Productions
Judge’s Choice Award:
1. “High Score” by Andrew Preston/BRTL Films
The Finalists in the film portion of the competition:
written by Sara Armstrong
filmed by Tony West (Jolt Productions)
written by Lillie Busch
filmed by Trey Brannon
written by Mitch Carter
filmed by Keli Mazza & James Burke (SHC Film Club)
written by Gracie Griffin
filmed by Timothy Dixon, Trey Lane & Brennan Gibson (Burning Mirror Films)
“Door to Door”
based on “She isn’t what you think” by Sarah Lawrence
filmed by Scotty White (Stupid Mop Productions)
“Wal Mart Ninja Incident”
written by Ben Bentley
filmed by Logan Bowes (Jolt Productions)
written by Jasmine Ramsey
filmed by Margaret Broach (Death in Stilettos)
“The Case of Mrs. Drawsworth”
written by LaShayla Bedell
filmed by Tinashe Nyatanga (BRTL Films)
based on “What happens in New York stays in New York” by Passiah White
filmed by Andrew Preston (BRTL Films)
Watch some at ModMobilian.com!
Participate in the 2nd annual Student and Filmmaker Alliance’s Story Starter Film Competition!
Part One is complete! Of many submissions, Brennan Gibson submitted the winning prompt; “I finally found out what was the matter with that crazy lady down the street.” and 700+ students wrote. Twenty five stories were selected as winner, now you get to make one into a film. Here’s how:
Part Two: Create a short film based on one of the winning stories from the writing assessment. At the Story Starter Film Competition Kickoff on March 1, 2011, at 6:30 at Satori filmmakers found out information about the competition and randomly selected one of the winning stories as the basis of their film.
The due date for the films is Tuesday, April 12, 2011, at 6:30 at Satori.
There will be a school wide presentation of the films and student voting at Burns Middle School on April 29th at 8 A.M. and 1:30 P.M. Students will view the films, vote on their favorites, and the winning film team and student writer will be awarded cash prizes during a public screening at 2 P.M. on April 30th at Bernheim Hall .
If you would like any additional information about this competition or SAFA please view our website, www.safafilm.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org , or contact Renae Brewer at 251-604-3635.
PLEASE INVITE OTHERS TO THIS EVENT! Hope to see you there!
Posted on 30 December 2010 by Mailer-Daemon
2010 saw lots of films and short films getting made in Mobile Alabama; amateurs, professionals and everyone in between. The preponderance of Film Scrambles certainly helped – Film Scrambles are a competition for any skill level of filmmaker, wherein the filmmaker or team are given a very brief period -sometimes as little as 48 hours- to write, create and complete a short film, often based on specific criteria. These are just a few highlights of this year’s super bumper crop of local shorts…
(Please note, some of these films contain mature or immature content. Individual results may vary. Please pre-screen before showing them all to your sunday school class.)
follow this link to see: