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CFS Student Show

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Fall 2019 Student Show Save the Date

Thank you to our Sponsors:

Congratulations to all of the Spring 2019 Student Show award recipients!

Nominees and Award Recipients:

Women in Film Scholarship –
Julie Castaneda
Cynthia Hunter
Sidney Nordstrom
Alicia Prieto
Dena Williams

Best Art Direction –
Luke Antonio & Nahla Zenati for Rewind
Nikie Perlmutter for The Idea of Black and White
Nathalie Fay & Emmy Platt for Beneath the Wheel
Cassie Haze for The Lost Ones
KLT Stewart & Jacob Anderson for Cold Blooded

Best Editing –
Billy Vinson for Count Tharpula
Michael Neave for The Lost Ones
Ricardo Hernandez for Rewind
Jacques Geraud for #FOMO
Billy Vinson for Beneath the Wheel
Kat Bugarin for The Idea of Black and White

Best Cinematography –
Gabe Macalintal for The Lost Ones
Josh Rock for Cold Blooded
Lucas Chapel for Beneath the Wheel
Lane Mathis for Pendulum
Patrick Dingman for Rewind

Best Sound –
Jacques de Curnou for The Lost Ones
Dylan Goerner for Rewind
Jacques de Curnou for The Idea of Black and White
Troy Pierce for Temple “It’s a Trash Life”

Best Actress –
Emma McCray Stone for Black Book
Kennedy Cortez for #FOMO
Jennifer Deann Scott for TRACE
Riley Anne Martin for The Idea of Black and White

Best Actor –
JP Montoulieu for Beneath the Wheel
Nick Shandalow for Cold Blooded
Ryan W. Arnold for The Idea of Black and White
Alec Lang for The Idea of Black and White

Community Acting Award –
Sheila Ivy Traister for Rewind
Anne Meyers for TRACE
Dawn Bower for The Lost Ones
Ann Coatney for TRACE
Roderick Smith Jr. for Cold Blooded
Taylor Scott for Black Book

Best Writing –
JP Montoulieu & Dalton Groves for Beneath the Wheel
Ben Rand for The Lost Ones
Stephan Eigenmann for Rewind
Hasmik Khachaturyan for #FOMO
Alana Wool & Alison Piper for TRACE

Best Feature Screenplay –
Coleman Stewart for Dog Heaven
Dannah Eckhardt for Footsie
Izrael Lopez for Trending
BJ Segura for U.I. (Ultimate Interface)
Joshua Hunt for While We Wait
Mallory Littleton for Wynne Field

Best Directing –
Ben Rand for The Lost Ones
Stephan Eigenmann for Rewind
Riley Anne Martin for The Idea of Black and White
JP Montoulieu for Beneath the Wheel
Nick Shandalow for Cold Blooded

Best Producer –
Rob Ramos for The Lost Ones
Stephan Eigenmann, Don Colacino, & Rob Ramos for Rewind

Best Production I –
Natura Obscura by Kelsey Quakenbush
Country Strong Teen by Nan Floyd
Grenade by James Arnol

Best Production II –
Beneath the Wheel by Mary Amoroso
Cold Blooded by Nick Shandalow
#FOMO by Hasmik Khachaturyan
Black Book by Kyler Kerr

Outstanding Achievement in Comedy –
JP Montoulieu for Beneath the Wheel, Count Tharpula, Poopfingers, Poopfingers 2, & Emperor Static: The Electric Man

Best 16mm/HD Production –
Trace by Alana Wool & Alison Piper

Best Documentary –
Count Tharpula by JP Montoulieu
Pendulum by Lane Mathis
Temple “It’s a Trash Life” by Troy Pierce
Shrouded by Rob Ramos

Best Production III –
Rewind by Stephan Eigenmann
The Lost Ones by Ben Rand
The Idea of Black and White by Riley Anne Martin

Best Picture –
Rewind by Stephan Eigenmann
The Lost Ones by Ben Rand
The Idea of Black and White by Riley Anne Martin
Pendulum by Lane Mathis
Temple “It’s a Trash Life” by Troy Pierce
Beneath the Wheel by Mary Amoroso

Community Award –
Jim Milligan for contributing his SFX skillset to student projects

Vision Award –
Kathy Bodemann & Victor Vialpando-Nuñez

Audience Choice Award –
The Lost Ones by Ben Rand
TRACE by Alana Wool & Alison Piper
Rewind by Stephan Eigenmann
Black Book by Kyler Kerr
#FOMO by Hasmik Khachaturyan

Criteria for the Assessment of Student Work can be viewed here.

Congratulations to all of the Fall 2018 Student Show award recipients!

Nominees and Award Recipients:

Women in Film Scholarship –
Breanna Washington

Best Art Direction –
Carmen Darling, Faith Darling, & Madison Verhulst for Bridges
Mary Amoroso for Fade to Black
Jayson Fleischer for Poppy
Elysee Wilsey & Alec Lang for The Phoenix
Josh Birdsell for Translucence

Best Editing –
Madison Verhulst & Faith Darling for Bridges
Oskar Tadla for Fade to Black
George Till for Fight Like Mike
Rico Hernandez for The Phoenix
Troy Pierce for Translucence

Best Cinematography –
Gabi Toth for Fade to Black
Cynthia Hunter for No Bull
Emily Gesi for Shadows
Gokul Rajan for The Phoenix
Miguel Ontiveros for Translucence

Best Sound –
Sam Killinger for Fade to Black
George Till & Peter Sardo for Fight Like Mike
Adam Scholz for Shadows
Mitch Kinzer for The Phoenix
Troy Pierce for Translucence

Best Actress –
Ashley Deuell for Fade to Black
Madison Scott for Fade to Black
Haleigh Burckley for Shadows
Chanel Benish for The Phoenix

Best Actor –
Jason Strong for How It Feels
Kyler Kerr for Shadows
Nick Shandalow for The Phoenix
Russ Hess for The Speaker

Community Acting Award –
JT Richardson for Translucence

Best Writing –
Tracy Medberry for Fade to Black
Breanna Washington for Heritage
Jayson Fleischer for Poppy
Darren Barzegar for The Phoenix
Marcus Scott Jr. for Translucence

Best Teleplay –
Hayden Fisk for Bad Baristas – “Episode 1: The New Girl”
Breanna Washington for Domi
Sophia Cordova for GL1TCH – “1 c4n s33 y0u”
Alex French for Recurrence – Episode One: “Tartarus”
Alex Lathrop-Melting for There is No Lack of Excuses – “Pilot”
Julie Castaneda for Zero Cool

Best Directing –
Tracy Medberry for Fade to Black
George Till for Fight Like Mike
Luke Antonio for Shepherds of Fire
Darren Barzegar for The Phoenix
Marcus Scott Jr. for Translucence

Best Producer –
Don Colacino & Chase Iacofano for The Phoenix
Robert Brogden & Kelly Zincone for Translucence

Best Production I –
Beautiful by Ben Humphrey
Butterfly Eye by Taryn Blaylock
How It Feels by Dena Williams
No Bull by Cynthia Hunter
Ruth by Isaiah Zimmerman
The Horseman’s Saddlemaker by Susan Hutton
The Speaker by Desiree Villarreal

Best Production II –
Bridges by Madison Verhulst
Heritage by Breanna Washington
Poppy by Jayson Fleischer
Shadows by Tyler Eaton
Translucence by Marcus Scott Jr.

Best Documentary –
Fight Like Mike by George Till
Shepherds of Fire by Luke Antonio

Best Production III –
Fade to Black by Tracy Medberry
The Phoenix by Darren Barzegar

Community Award –
Sheila Traister

Best Picture –
Fade to Black by Tracy Medberry
Fight Like Mike by George Till
Poppy by Jayson Fleischer
The Phoenix by Darren Barzegar
Translucence by Marcus Scott Jr.

Spring 2018 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Luke Galves for PURE
Jake Leininger for Flowers for Boys
Darin Olson for For Abbey
Emmy Platt & Izze Robinson for Poopfingers 2
Cooper Flanders for Terraform

Best Editing –
Stephan Eigenmann for PURE
Micah Groenevelt for Terraform
Robert Brogden for Flowers for Boys
Ben Rand for Mothers
Billy Vinson for Poopfingers 2

Best Cinematography –
Gabe Macalintal for Mortal
Jeremiah Green for Terraform
Patrick Dingman for PURE
Gabe Macalintal for For Abbey
Miguel Ontiveros for Mothers

Best Sound –
Dylan Goerner for PURE
Michael B. Henderson for Terraform
Dylan Goerner for For Abbey
Ashell Sickmen for Flowers for Boys
Ridge Beck & Josh Birdsell for Mortal

Best Actress –
Dalena Nguyen for Scarred for Life
Sheila Traister for Mothers
Lesley Minervini for PURE
Allie Whitten for For Abbey

Best Actor –
Alec Lang for Miles
Joseph Gordon for Coffee King
Marcus Scott for Flowers for Boys
Matt Fellers for For Abbey

Community Acting Award –
Omid Harrison for Terraform & Mortal

Best Writing –
Stephan Eigenmann for PURE
Kelly Zincone, JP Montoulieu, Alec Lang, & Billy Vinson for Poopfingers 2
Keith Buhrman for Coffee King
Ben Rand for Mothers
Lucas Brown & Darin Olson for For Abbey

Best Feature Screenplay –
Casey John for Green Grass Promises
Max Beasley for Summerlin
Grant Worden for Calvin the Only
Thomas Mendez for Prospect
Anthony Rea for Chip and Dip

Best Directing –
Stephan Eigenmann for PURE
Micah Groenevelt for Terraform
Logan Shaffer for Flowers for Boys
Ben Rand for Mothers
JP Montoulieu for Poopfingers 2

Best Producer –
Cassie Haze & Rob Ramos for Mothers
Chase Iacofano for For Abbey
Alexander Schofield for Terraform
Luke Antonio for Coffee King

Best Production I –
Poopfingers 2 by Eva Williams
Jesus Wept by Christine Makowski
American Trauma by Jason Strong
Rose by Kyler Kerr

Best Production II –
PURE by Stephan Eigenmann
Miles by Darren Barzegar
Coffee King by Luke Antonio
Scarred for Life by Don Colacino
Mortal by Josh Birdsell

Best Documentary –
Geblendet (Blinded) by Lauren Minder
American Trauma by Jason Strong

Best 16mm/HD Production –
Mothers by Ben Rand

Best Production III –
Flowers for Boys by Logan Shaffer
Terraform by Micah Groenevelt
For Abbey by Lucas Brown

Best Picture –
PURE by Stephan Eigenmann
Flowers for Boys by Logan Shaffer
For Abbey by Lucas Brown
Mothers by Ben Rand
Poopfingers 2 by Eva Williams

Audience Choice Award –
Terraform by Micah Groenevelt
For Abbey by Lucas Brown
PURE by Stephan Eigenmann

Fall 2017 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Vision Award –
Galina Boulgakova, Head of Acting Department, Colorado Film School

Best Art Direction –
Ricardo Hernandez for The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght
Alexandra Olivera for The Fate of Glass
Darren Barzegar for Drury Lane
Dylan Welter for Canopy
Nathalie Fay for The Doorman

Best Editing –
Billy Vinson for Emperor Static: The Electric Man
Rico Hernandez for The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght
Ashley Enright for Canopy
Cait Hicks for Drury Lane
Robert Brogden for Deal

Best Cinematography –
Chris Goodwin and Harrison Bradley for Drury Lane
Jackson Lowry and Andrew Hanson for Wolf
Hannah Keller for The Fate of Glass
Nick Bruso for Sekund
Alexandra Olivera for Deal

Best Sound –
Jacques de Curnou for Drury Lane
Austin Brose for The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght
Rico Hernandez for Mort
Noah DeLaet for Deal
Laurra Aagaard, John Adrian, Douglas Muas, and Tony Smith for The Doorman

Best Actress –
Riley Anne Martin in The Fate of Glass
Kelley Zincone in Emperor Static: The Electric Man
Megan Elizabeth in Hypochondriac
Jennifer Deann Scott in The Doorman

Best Actor –
Marcus Scott in Drury Lane
Jp Montoulieu in Rats & Emperor Static: The Electric Man
Alec Lang in Rats
Joseph Gordon in The Fate of Glass
Bren Thor Johnson in The Doorman and The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght

Community Acting Award –
Mariah Salazar in The Fate of Glass
Darielle Campbell in Drury Lane
Rachel Darden in Emperor Static: The Electric Man
Deanna Amacker in Emperor Static: The Electric Man

Best Writing –
JP Montoulieu, Kelley Zincone, and Zane Stein for Emperor Static: The Electric Man
Rico Hernandez for The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght
Dylan Welter for Canopy
Andrew Balch for The Doorman
Robert Brogden for Deal

Best Teleplay –
Sins of the Father by Max Beasley
Genghis by Felipe Menezes
Possum by Kaream Reid
In the Swamp by Darren Barzegar
The Killing Gene by Joshua Hunt

Best Directing –
Rico Hernandez for The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght
Dylan Welter for Canopy
Robert Brogden for Deal
JP Montoulieu and Kelley Zincone for Emperor Static: The Electric Man
Darin Olson for Drury Lane

Best Producer –
Hannah Walls and Ashley Matkowsky for Sekund
Robert Brogden and Kelley Zincone for Deal

Best Production I –
Mort by Drew Wilbur
Pulse by Gregory Alexander Foltynowicz
Rats by Kyle Gill
Hypochondriac by Gregory Alexander Foltynowicz
What Christoph the Mouse Wanted for Christmas by Bryce Presley

Best Production II –
The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght by Rico Hernandez
Deal by Robert Brogden
The Doorman by Andrew Balch
Emperor Static: The Electric Man by JP Montoulieu
Sekund by Ashley Matkowsky

Best Documentary –
Wands and Wizards by Jeremiah Gattas
Wolf by Jackson Lowry and Shauna Kommrusch

Best 16mm/HD Production –
Canopy by Dylan Welter
The Fate of Glass by Amy Schramm

Best Production III –
Drury Lane by Darin Olson

Best Picture –
The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght by Rico Hernandez
Canopy by Dylan Welter
Deal by Robert Brogden
Drury Lane by Darin Olson
Emperor Static: The Electric Man by JP Montoulieu and Kelley Zincone

Community Award –
Blair Pennington

Audience Choice Award –
The Extraordinary Story of Oliver Wyght by Rico Hernandez
Canopy by Dylan Welter
Drury Lane by Darin Olson

Spring 2017 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Vision Award –
Jennifer Deann Scott, Student Success Coordinator, Colorado Film School

Best Art Direction –
Bruno Müller de Albuquerque for The Undercard
Nikie Perlmutter for Breathless
Meredith McDonald for Priest of Burden
Connor Begg & Joseph Navarro for Last Words

Best Editing –
Dylan Welter for The Undercard
Ashley Enright for Final Days in Saigon
Bailey Evers for Breathless
Addison Houck & Sergy Olklowski for Priest of Burden

Best Cinematography –
Nick Bruso for The Undercard
Nick Bruso for Breathless
Joseph Dasteel for Fed to Fire
Patrick Dingman for Last Words
Kevin Stratton for Priest of Burden

Best Sound –
Ashley Enright for Final Days in Saigon
Ross Smith for The Undercard
Matthew Tillman for Priest of Burden
Joseph Dasteel for Fed to Fire
Jess Carter for Breathless
Matt Tamny for Last Words

Best Actress –
Elizabeth Kelsey in If Seen, Please Call
Jodi Lynn Richardson in The Perfect Proposal

Best Actor –
Dylan Welter in The Undercard
Hayden Fisk in If Seen, Please Call
Alec Lang in Last Words
Ryan W Arnold in In Time

Community Acting Award –
Lisbeth Splawn in Breathless
Deanna Amacker in Unto Others
Bodhi Rader in Breathless
John Zincone in Unto Others

Best Writing –
Riley Anne Martin for Breathless
Dylan Welter for The Undercard
Nahla Zenati for The Perfect Proposal
Ryan Arnold for In Time

Best Feature Screenplay –
Pine St. by Max Beasley
Crybaby by Amirah Fryer
Fear Fighter by William Dixon
Igor by Louise Koulermos
The Buggy Man by Brian Salay

Best Directing –
Riley Anne Martin for Breathless
Dylan Welter for The Undercard
William Dixon for Last Words
Zane Stein for Priest of Burden
Nahla Zenati for The Perfect Proposal

Best Producer –
Meredith McDonald for Priest of Burden
Dylan Welter for The Undercard
Luke Antonio & Nahla Zenati for The Perfect Proposal
Kelley Zincone for Unto Others
Matt Tamny for Last Words

Best Production I –
10 Letters by Nathalie Fay
Hana by Ian Adler
Screen Test by George Till
Downpour by Elysee Wilsey

Best Production II / 16mm/HD –
Breathless by Riley Anne Martin
Last Words by Matt Tamny
Unto Others by Kelley Zincone
In Time by Ryan Arnold

Best Documentary –
Final Days in Saigon by Ashley Enright
Fed to Fire by Joseph Dasteel
Hana by Ian Adler

Best Production III –
The Undercard by Dylan Welter
Priest of Burden by Zane Stein and Meredith McDonald

Best Picture –
Breathless
The Undercard
Final Days in Saigon
Last Words
Priest of Burden

Audience Choice Award –
The Perfect Proposal
Priest of Burden
Breathless
The Undercard

Fall 2016 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Vision Award –
Janet Brandau

Best Art Direction –
Cooper Flanders for Honey Bee
Madison DeCook for Radio One
Matthew Rottenberg & Asher Markworth for Martha
Nick Vonarx for Think Outside The Box

Best Editing –
Micah Groenevelt for Honey Bee
Madison DeCook, Andrew Falcon, and Fayth Krause for Radio One
Bailey Evers for The Cave
Hannah Keller for Incredibly Pigheaded (an adaptation from The Incredibles)

Best Cinematography –
Jeremiah Green for Honey Bee
Nick Bruso for The Cave
Hannah Keller for Incredibly Pigheaded (an adaptation from The Incredibles)
Alec Wolfson for Radio One

Best Sound –
Micah Groenevelt & Alex Schofield for Honey Bee
Austin Roth for The Cave
Michael Bilker for Radio One
Ivan vonTempske for Think Outside the Box

Best Actress –
Shannon Malloy in Psychic Killer Frogs from Outer Space
Riley Martin in The Cave
Irene O’Brien in Lost In
Nikie Perlmutter in The Nudist

Best Actor –
Billy Vinson in Honey Bee & Radio One
Hunter Balch in The Cave
Chris Goodwin in Incredibly Pigheaded (an adaptation from The Incredibles)
Jesse Heller in The Nudist

Best Teleplay –
New York by Nathan Hallauer
The Underground by Noah Harris
Superted by Maurece Roddy
Student Shortz by Terri Kohl
G.H.O.S.T. by Trevor Hazell

Best Directing –
Micah Groenevelt for Honey Bee
Fayth Krause for Radio One
Ty Sheddel for Psychic Killer Frogs from Outer Space
James Schuler for Ladders

Best Producer –
Christina Dayyani for Radio One
Alex Schofield for Honey Bee

Best Production I –
Come Home by Ben Rand
Lost In by Stephan Eigenmann
Pitfall by Adrian Schiavi

Best Production II –
Psychic Killer Frogs from Outer Space by Ty Sheddel
Ladders by James Schuler
Think Outside the Box by Ivan vonTempske

Best 16mm/HD Production –
Honey Bee by Jeremiah Green
The Cave by Bruno Albuquerque
Martha by Asher Markworth

Best Production III –
Radio One by Fayth Krause
The Nudist by Derek Arthur Poth

Best Picture –
Honey Bee by: Micah Groenevelt, Director; Jeremiah Green, Cinematographer; Alex Schofield, Producer
The Cave by: Bruno Albuquerque, Director; Joseph Gordon & Dalena Nguyen, Producer
Psychic Killer Frogs from Outer Space by: Ty Sheddel, Director; Keith Riley, Associate Producer
Radio One by: Fayth Krause, Director; Christina Dayyani, Producer

Community Acting Award –
Irene O’Brien

Spring 2016 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Derek Poth for Rations
Zane Stein for Buddy
James Schuler & Morgan Schuler for Disappeared
Zane Stein for Hue

Best Editing –
Jessica Carter, Jesse Heller, & Amber Washington for Whole People
Jess Carter for Dancing Around the Subject
Bailey Evers for Hue
Jessica Carter for Buddy

Best Cinematography –
Emeric Bryan for Buddy
Morgan Eller for Dancing Around the Subject
Aaron Koehler for Rations
Emeric Bryan for Hue

Best Sound –
Alexander Rhodes-Wilmere for Rations
Rachel Mallin for Dancing Around the Subject
Jessica Carter for Whole People
Jessica Carter for Buddy

Best Assistant Director –
Dane Hunter for LadsRadio One (Fall 2016)
Darren Barzegar for Quiet on Set
Corwin Canton for DisappearedPlan for SurvivalMisery
Meredith McDonald for Pazza De TiSearch Party
Dylan Welter for The Cave

Best Actress –
Riley Anne Martin for ShatteredDisappeared
Joni Martin for Misery
Shannon Overcash for CabinBuddy
Bailey Evers for Hue
Melissa Ridgeway for Whole People

Best Actor –
Billy Vinson for Hue & Buddy
Freddy Borra for Hannibal
Ryan Arnold for Misery & Hannibal
Jesse Heller for Whole People
AFG for Cabin

Best Writing –
Jesse Heller for Whole People
M. Carson Soukup for Buddy
Nikie Perlmutter for Rations
Luke Hollingshead for Cabin
Tracy Medberry for Window Shopping

Best Feature Screenplay –
ReconSyl by Terri Kohl
Fight Like a Girl by Evan Diercks-Brown
The Left Swipes by Jerrod Brito
Darkflame by Madison DeCook

Best Directing –
Dane Hunter for Buddy
Melissa Ridgeway for Dancing Around the Subject
Amber Washington for Whole People
Luke Hollingshead for Misery
Dance C. Hunter for Hue

Best Producer –
Nikie Perlmutter & Alexander Rhodes-Wilmere for Rations
Angela Walter for Shattered

Best Production I –
Window Shopping by Traci Medberry
Regain Wonder by Garrett Williams
Unlikely Hero by Eric Strange
Quiet on Set by Alec Lang

Best Production II –
Dancing Around the Subject by Melissa Ridgeway
Hue by Dane C. Hunter
Rations by Alexander Rhodes-Wilmere
The Disappeared by Evan Loye Derrickson
Shattered by Zane Stein

Best Documentary –
Dancing Around the Subject by Melissa Ridgeway

Best Production III –
Whole People by Amber Washington
Buddy by Dane C. Hunter

Best Picture –
Whole People by Amber Washington
Dancing Around the Subject by Melissa Ridgeway
Buddy by Dane C. Hunter
Hue by Dane C. Hunter
Rations by Alexander Rhodes-Wilmere

Fall 2015 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Derek Arthur Poth for Syn
Dylan Welter for The Launch
Alexander Rhodes-Wilmere for Tender Moments

Best Editing –
Bailey Evers for The Love Club
Matt Baxter for Tender Moments
Dylan Welter for The Launch
Jess Carter for Syn
Matt Baxter for When the Dark Presses

Best Cinematography –
Aaron Koehler for Syn
Brianna Mancini for Tender Moments
Nick Bruso for The Launch
Dylan Welter for Penny

Best Sound –
Jess Carter for Tender Moments
Jess Carter for Syn
Talmage Williams for The Launch
Jess Carter for The Love Club

Best Actress –
Jenny Hughes in Blue Velvet
Shannon Overcash in Tender Moments
Jenny Hughes in Blass Mass
Riley Anne Martin in The Love Club

Best Actor –
Hunter Balch in Tender Moments
Christopher Goodwin in 2:47
Kevin Butcher in Nuuurrrse!!!
Billy Vinson in Black Mass

Best Writing –
Bailey Evers for The Love Club
Matt Jensen for Tender Moments
Dylan Welter for The Launch
James Schuler for Nuuurrrse!!!

Best Directing –
Raleigh Gambino & Mara Whitehead for Tender Moments
Dylan Welter for The Launch
Madison DeCook for Syn
Alex Brisson for The Love Club

Best Producer –
Matt Jensen for Tender Moments
Madison DeCook & Alexander Rhodes-Wilmere for Syn

Best Production I –
Nuuurrrse!!! by James Schuler
Entropy by Andrew Ellsworth & Kate Lowell
Little Victories by Megan Jones

Best Production I Documentary –
Little Victories by Megan Jones
Short Cut by Joe Faircloth & Connor Hutto

Best Production II / 16mm/HD Production –
The Launch by Dylan Welter
The Love Club by Alex Brisson
Penny by Ashley Enright
When the Dark Presses by Betsey Van Hulle

Best Production III –
Tender Moments Matt Jensen
Syn by Madison DeCook

Best Picture –
Tender Moments by Matt Jensen
The Launch by Dylan Welter
Syn by Madison DeCook & Alexander Rhodes-Wilmere
The Love Club by Andrew Ellsworth & Bailey Evers

Community Actor Award –
Lynne Jordan

Community Award –
Matt Baxter

Audience Choice Award –
The Launch by Dylan Welter
Remember Me by Miguel Ontiveros
The Love Club by Bailey Evers

Spring 2015 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Cooper Flanders for Blanket Fort
Pablo Ruff-Berganza for Princesses Don’t Kiss Frogs
Pablo Ruff-Berganza for The Scarab
Betsy Van Hulle for Rock Hard

Best Editing –
Matt Baxter for Blanket Fort
Ellen Feldman for Katy Kat in the Hat
Daren McCoy for The Scarab
Matt Baxter for Reconstructive Ink

Best Cinematography –
Brianna Mancini for Blanket Fort
Ellen Feldman for Princesses Don’t Kiss Frogs
Walter Dandy for Katy Kat in the Hat
Pierre Habib for The Scarab

Best Sound –
Matt Tillman for Blanket Fort
Ross Smith for The Scarab
Jess Carter for Princesses Don’t Kiss Frogs
Pierre Habib for Katy Kat in the Hat

Best Actress –
Bailey Evers in Placebo
Bessie Joe Hill in Adonis
Shannon Overcash in Goodfellas

Best Actor –
Alex Campbell in Adonis
Brandon Apel in Placebo
Dylan Shipley in Blanket Fort
Dylan Werth in Princesses and Anti Cupid
Michael Bilker in Blanket Fort

Best Writing –
Alex Brisson for Blanket Fort
Kevin McKeand Ecke for Wild Stoners
Kelsey Opel for Anti-Cupid
Jesse Heller for Adonis
Chris Marrin for Rock Hard

Best Feature Screenplay –
Dog Star by Blake Ritchen
Sins of the Father by Zaq Tull
Pixie Dust Runaways by George Courville
The Orphans vs. The Inbred Redneck Family Reunion by Tim Potter
Demise by Cindy Massey

Best Directing –
Alex Brisson for Blanket Fort
Ellen Feldman for Katy Kat in the Hat
Larissa Pruett for Princesses Don’t Kiss Frogs
Grayson Low for The Scarab

Best Producer –
Alex Rhodes-Wilmere for Blanket Fort
Aleah Fisher and Charissa Shugg for Princesses Don’t Kiss Frogs
Nathan Trumbull for The Scarab
Ellen Feldman for Katy Kat in the Hat

Best Production I –
U-Turn by Johan Englund
Wild Stoners by Kevin McKeand Ecke
Quiet Diplomacy by Petter Englund
Puppy Love by Julien Deroeux

Best Production II –
Placebo by Alex Campbell
Rock Hard by Chris Marrin
Adonis by Jesse Heller

Best 16mm/HD Production –
Princesses Don’t Kiss Frogs by Larissa Pruett
The Scarab by Grayson Low

Best Production III –
Blanket Fort by Alex Brisson
Anti-Cupid by Kelsey Opel

Best Documentary 
Katy Kat in the Hat by Ellen Feldman
Reconstructive Ink by Brianna Mancini
Wild Stoners by Kevin Ecke

Best Picture –
Blanket Fort by Alex Brisson
Katy Kat in the Hat by Ellen Feldman
Princesses Don’t Kiss Frogs by Larissa Pruett
The Scarab by Grayson Low

Vision Award –
Frederic Lahey

Audience Choice Award –
Blanket Fort by Alex Brisson

Fall 2014 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Cameron Styles for Mt. Molehill
Casey Murphy for Wonder Tower
Bianca Armbruster for BluLeo

Best Editing –
Talmage Williams for Wonder Tower Mt. Molehill
Micah Groenevelt for The System
Daren McCoy for BluLeo

Best Cinematography –
Pierre Habib for The System
Luke Askelton for Mt. Molehill
Luke Askelton for BluLeo
Luke Askelton for Wonder Tower

Best Sound –
Talmage Williams for Wonder Tower
Matt Hollenbeck for Mt. Molehill
Talmage Williams for Wonder Tower
Ross Smith for BluLeo

Best Actress –
Shannon Overcash in One New Message
Hannah Waterbury in Wonder Tower
Bailey Evers in Untold Fortunes

Best Actor –
Grayson Low in BluLeo
Dylan Werth in BluLeo
Dylan Werth in The System
Grayson Low in Wonder Tower
Hunter Balch in Untold Fortune

Best Writing –
Jerrod D. Brito for One New Message
Micah Groenevelt for The System
Jesse Stewart for Mt. Molehill

Best Short Screenplay –
No Way in Hell by Carson Soukup
The Mystery of Who Killed Kitty, the Cat by Katie Walters
The Boy Who Fell off the Earth by J.D. Powell
Bitter Sweet by Christina Dayyani
If Looks Could Kill by Chris Marrin

Best Directing –
Daren McCoy for BluLeo
Jerrod D. Brito for One New Message
Micah Groenevelt for The System

Best Producer –
Alex Rhodes-Wilmere for Mt. Molehill
Amanda Chacon for Wonder Tower

Best Production I –
The Vector of Transmission by Martin Long
Never Look Down by Mikayla Hirsch
Lipton Hughes: Actor by Grant Bolling and Thomas May

Best Production II –
The System by Micah Groenevelt
One New Message by Jerrod Brito
BluLeo by Darren McCoy

Best Production III –
Mt. Molehill by Jesse Stewart

Best Documentary 
Never Look Down by Mikayla Hirsch
Dep-Art-Ed by Emily Peterson-Wood

Best Picture –
Mt. Molehill by Jesse Stewart & Alex Rhodes-Wilmere
Wonder Tower by Keely Skyy Romeo
The System by Micah Groenevelt
One New Message by Jerrod D. Brito

Community Actor Award –
Jesse Philips in Mt. Molehill
Julia Ma in Mt. Molehill
Lynn Jordan in The Secret
Brutus The Bear in Mt. Molehill

Community Award –
Steven Sowin of Cinema Grill in Aurora

Spring 2014 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Adam Padilla for Spanish Gold
Brian Jephsen for Mannequin
Aaron Koehler for This is the Life
Jenna Gold & Cooper Flanders for Love at First Stalk

Best Editing –
Talmage Williams for Mammals
Daren McCoy & Michael Tang for Spanish Gold
Alex Brisson for Love at First Stalk

Best Cinematography –
Luke Askelson for Spanish Gold
Connor Thorp for Mammals
Brianna Mancini for Love at First Stalk
Mike Cooke for Mannequin

Best Sound –
Vincent Mann for Strange Signals
Ross Smith for Spanish Gold
Pierre Habib & Jess Paul for Mammals
Josef Schutt & Lindsey Cochran for Anonymous: Story of a Coke Addict

Best Actress –
Jeni Reed in Mammals
Bailey Evers in This is the Life

Best Actor –
Dylan Werth in Love at First Stalk
Mitchell Moran in Mannequin
Thomas Jaegar in Spanish Gold
Dylan Shipley in This is the Life

Best Writing –
Alex Brisson for Love at First Stalk
Keely Skyy Romeo for Mammals
Marc Schneider for The Eastern Wall
John McSween for Spanish Gold

Best Short Screenplay –
Syn Fell the Angel by Madison DeCook
Nichole by Christian Clement
Sebastian’s Game by Jacob Somers
Locomotif by Mara Whitehead
Tag by Kevin Butcher

Best Directing –
Alex Brisson for Love at First Stalk
Keely Skyy Romeo for Mammals
John McSween for Spanish Gold
Kelsey Opel for Anonymous: Story of a Coke Addict

Best Producer –
Aleah Fisher for Tough
Wesley Dean for This is the Life

Best Production I –
The Nothing Box by JD Powell
Lola Who? by Vivian Minard
Asphalt by Sean FitzPatrick

Best Production II –
Love at First Stalk by Alex Brisson
Mannequin by Roger Tran
Anonymous: Story of a Coke Addict by Kelsey Opel

Best Production III –
Mammals by Keely Skyy Romeo
Tough by Nathan Trumbull

Best Documentary 
Better Than Gold by Kyle Lynam

Best Picture –
Love at First Stalk by Alex Brisson
Spanish Gold by John McSween
Mammals by Keely Skyy Romeo

Community Award –
Ross Smith

Audience Choice Award –
Love at First Stalk by Alex Brisson

Fall 2013 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Jhené Chase for The Fantastic Finneas Frook
Larissa Pruett for Stagnation
Roman Ledogorov for Sanctuary
Bianca Mia Armbruster for Match Girl in a Darkened House

Best Editing –
Amanda Tuttle for Eff You Randall
Jace Perrodin for Match Girl in a Darkened House
Ryan Francis Johnson for Downsize
Talmage Williams for The Fantastic Finneas Frook

Best Cinematography –
Pierre Habib for Stagnation
Eric Zeilenga for The Fantastic Finneas Frook
Pierre Habib for Eff You Randall
Luke Askelton for Match Girl in a Darkened House

Best Sound –
Ross Smith for Downsize
Paul Sitzman for Match Girl in a Darkened House
Paul Sitzman & Gavin McGlynn for Directors on Directing
Wes Matheny for The Fantastic Finneas Frook

Best Acting –
Dylan Werth in Eff You Randall
Shauna Corsino in Eff You Randall
Mitchell Moran in Campus Cops
Thomas Jaeger in 32
Hannah Waterbury in Match Girl in a Darkened House 32
Matthew O’Connor in Downsize

Best Writing –
Grayson Low & Nathan Trumbull for Eff You Randall
Ryan Francis Johson for Downsize
Jesse Stewart for The S Word
Alex Brisson for Campus Cops

Best Short Screenplay –
The Giving Tree by Brandon Elliott
Freedom to Marry by Cameron Cox
Crime Stoppers of Oak Court by Patricia Hallameck
Neighborhood Watch by Blake Ritchen
What Doesn’t Kill You by Hannah Morgan

Best Directing –
Jhené Chase for The Fantastic Finneas Frook
Ryan Francis Johnson for Downsize
Grayson Low for Eff You Randall
Jace Perrodin for Match Girl in a Darkened House

Best Producer –
Charissa Shugg for The S Word
Larissa Pruett for Eff You Randall
Andrew Bueno, Connor Thorp, & Ryan Francis Johnson for Downsize
Amanda Chacon for Stagnation

Best Production I –
Lucy by Hunter Balch
Sanctuary by Roman Ledogorov
Still by Mara Whitehead & Raleigh Gambino

Best Production II –
Eff You Randall by Grayson Low
Stagnation by Dylan Werth
Match Girl in a Darkened House by Jace Perrodin

Best Production III –
The Fantastic Finneas Frook by Jhené Chase
Downsize by Ryan Francis Johnson
The S Word by Jesse Stewart

Best Advanced Production 
Directors on Directing by Damien Patrik

Best Picture –
Eff You Randall by Grayson Low
The Fantastic Finneas Frook by Jhené Chase
Downsize by Ryan Francis Johnson
Match Girl in a Darkened House by Jace Perrodin

Community Award –
Kevin Scott

Audience Choice Award –
Eff You Randall by Grayson Low

Spring 2013 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Pablo Ruff-Berganza for Imago
Larissa Pruett for Find a Penny
Bianca Mia Armbruster for Men

Best Editing –
Talmage Williams for B 12
Amanda Tuttle for Away With Me
Amanda Tuttle for Tabula Rasa
Scott Schulte for Five Steps

Best Cinematography –
Connor Thorp for Away With Me
Pierre Habib for B 12
Drew Levin for Find a Penny

Best Sound –
Wesley Matheny for B 12
Ross Smith & Timmy Buss for Tabula Rasa
Scott Schulte for Five Steps

Best Acting –
Thomas Jaeger for Tabula Rasa
Matty O’Connor for Five Steps
Kris Russell for Away With Me
Aleah Fisher for Men

Best Writing –
Casey Murphy for B 12
Larissa Pruett for Men
Matty O’Connor for Five Steps
Adam Jewell for The Zone

Best Short Screenplay –
Yummy Gummy by George Courville
Mannequin by Roger Tran
Sunshine Soldier by Vincent Mann
Campus Cops by Alex Brisson
The Forest by Dan Graham

Best Directing –
Nathan Trumbull for Tabula Rasa
Gaston Yvorra for T.
Matty O’Connor for Five Steps
Casey Murphy for B 12

Best Producer –
Amanda Chacon for Tabula Rasa
Jaime Marshall Ramos for Five Steps
Amanda Chacon B 12
Amanda Chacon for Men

Best Production I –
The Character by Michael Bilker
Simulator by Evan Fries
Meant To Be by Sam Plumsukon

Best Production II –
B 12 by Casey Murphy
Tabula Rasa by Nathan Trumbull
Away With Me by Amanda Tuttle

Best Production III –
The Zone by Adam Jewell

Best Documentary –
Badge #P95081 by Alex Meade

Best Advanced Production 
Imago by Rachael Joyce
Five Steps by Matty O’Connor
T. by Gaston Yvorra

Best Picture –
Tabula Rasa by Nathan Trumbull
Badge #P95081 by Alex Meade
B 12 by Casey Murphy
T. by Gaston Yvorra
Five Steps by Matty O’Connor

Community Award –
Michael Tang

Audience Choice Award –
Five Steps by Matty O’Connor

Fall 2012 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Jhene Chase for Caged Sterling
Christian Kennedy for Privilege
Jonathan Fulton for Jack in the Box
Adam Padilla for Cannot be Defied

Best Editing –
Wes Matheny for Cannot be Defied
Esteban Rangugn & Gaston M. Yvorra for South Platte
Evan Cannon for Privilege
Wes Matheny for I Died Free

Best Cinematography –
David Grauberger for Privilege
Luke Askelton for Cannot be Defied
Devin Hume for Jack in the Box
Luke Askelton for South Platte

Best Sound –
Ross Smith for Cannot be Defied
Wes Matheny & Evan Cannon for Privilege
Josh Owens, Dillon Mortensen, & Kike Ballen for South Platte

Best Acting –
Hannah Shahmardian in Facade
Mitchell Moran in Facade
Victor Sanchez in Life in a Jar
Dean Satriano in Privilege

Best Writing –
I Died Free by Jess Paul & Nathan Trumbull
Privilege by Evan Cannon
South Platte by Gaston Yvorra
Call to Duty by Cameron Lovas

Best Short Screenplay –
Gravidity by Keely Skyy Romeo
Love, No More by Seth Thomas
Breaking News by Grayson Low
Equivalence by Grant Oehlikers

Best Directing –
Evan Cannon for Privilege
Gaston Yvorra for South Platte
Alex Gray for Jack in the Box
Pierre Habib for I Died Free

Best Producer –
Nathan Trumbull & Ben Dunn for Cannot be Defied
Jaime Marshall, Benjamin Clarke, & Khidija Rivera for No More, No Less
Tiffany Briels for Privilege

Best Documentary –
Lines of Wisdom by Cameron Styles
Scum of the Earth by Walter Garcia

Best Production I –
Life in a Jar by Ian Proano
Beyond the Call to Duty by Cameron Lovas
Lucid by Corey Brangoccio

Best Production II –
Privilege by Evan Cannon
Caged Sterling by Jhene Chase
Cannot be Defied by John McSween
I Died Free by Pierre Habib

Best Production III –
South Platte by Gaston Yvorra

Best Advanced Production 
Jack in the Box by Alex Gray

Best Picture –
Privilege by Evan Cannon
South Platte by Gaston Yvorra
Jack in the Box by Alex Gray
I Died Free by Pierre Habib

Community Award –
Laffrey Witbrod

Audience Choice Award –
Privilege by Evan Cannon

Spring 2012 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Pablo Ruff-Berganza for Man on the Moon
Jhené Chase for Thomas & Sophie
Adam Padilla for The Kidnapping of Madeline Doe

Best Editing –
Kyle Bush for Tin
Michael Sharon for Twombly
Connor Thorp for Rooftop

Best Cinematography –
Luke Askelton for Tin
Michael Sharon for Twombly
Connor Thorp for Rooftop

Best Sound –
Talmage Williams for Man on the Moon
Kyle Bush for Twombly
Ross Smith for Guns, Drugs, and Synergy

Best Acting –
Matthew O’Connor in Rooftop
Connor Thorp in Books and StuffThe Kidnapping of Madeline Doe
Adam Padilla in Guns, Drugs, and Synergy

Best Writing –
Guns, Drugs, and Synergy by Andrew Bueno & Matthew O’Connor
Books and Stuff by John Strelec
Tin by Jace Perrodin

Best Short Screenplay –
Trading Jesus by Bryan Harrold
Family History by Cosmo Ray
Skinny by John McSween
No Place Like It by Casey Murphy
The Secret of Baron Manor by Jim Sea

Best Directing –
Matt Panzer for The Kidnapping of Madeline Doe
Jace Perrodin for Tin
Blake Talley for Thomas & Sophie

Best Producer –
Adam Swegarden for Thomas & Sophie
Isaac J. Ramos for Guns, Drugs, and Synergy
Matt Panzer for The Kidnapping of Madeline Doe

Best Production I –
Tin by Jace Perrodin
Cereal Man by Bryan Richards
Country Girls by Alexander Craven

Best Production II –
Thomas & Sophie by Blake Talley
Man on the Moon by Benjamin Dunn
Harvee Gladhand by Nathan Trumbull

Best Production III –
Guns, Drugs, and Synergy by Matthew O’Connor
Books and Stuff by John Stralec
Bingeing With Grandma by Rachael Joyce

Best Advanced Production 
Twombly by Zach Eastman
The Kidnapping of Madeline Doe by Matt Panzer

Best Picture –
Twombly by Zach Eastman
Thomas & Sophie by Blake Talley
Guns, Drugs, and Synergy by Matthew O’Connor

Community Award –
Spencer Kane

Audience Choice Award –
Guns, Drugs, and Synergy by Matthew O’Connor
Books and Stuff by John Stralec
Twombly by Zach Eastman

Fall 2011 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Dylan Ross for Coda
Shiny Things
Still Born
Gravity

Best Editing –
Alex Amadei for Tammy’s Cookies
Solitude
Carosello
Canis Canem
Dualand
Shiny Things

Best Cinematography –
David Grawberger for Coda
Shiny Things
Dealer

Best Sound –
Paul Sitzman for Shiny Things
Tammy’s Cookies
Carosello

Best Acting –
Mary Hatcliffe for Dualand
Jeni Reed for Canis Canem
Samantha Rigo for Gravity
Carlos Gonzales for Still Born

Best Writing –
Shiny Things by Devin Hume & Jaime Pelz
Shiny Things
Tammy’s Cookies
An Inconvenient Werewolf

Best Short Screenplay –
Jonny’s Role by Amanda Chacon

Best Directing –
Devin Hume for Shiny Things
Alex Amadei for Tammy’s Cookies Dualand
Anastasia Cummings for Coda
Matt O’Connor for Canis Canem

Best Producer –
Renee Berberian & Devin Hume for Shiny Things
Adam Padilla for Carosello

Best Documentary –
The 99% by Devin Hume

Best Production I –
Dealer by Max Barbanell
Gravity by John McSween
Dream PSA by Chase Bortz
Solitude by Wes Matheny
An Inconvenient Werewolf by Joel Casavant
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Best Production II –
Still Born by Jeni Reed
Carosello
Just Kill Me

Best Production III –
Coda by Anastasia Cummings
Tammy’s Cookies by Alex Amadei

Best Picture –
Shiny Things by Devin Hume
Coda by Anastasia Cummings
Still Born

Community Award –
Donald Zuckerman

Audience Choice Award –
Shiny Things by Devin Hume

Spring 2011 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Christopher Canfield & Scott Schulte for Bunker’d

Best Editing –
Michelle Guasto for Dreaming of America

Best Cinematography –
Peter Weigand for Serene Valley

Best Sound –
Michelle Guasto for Dreaming of America

Best Acting –
Matt Panzer for Bunker’d

Best Writing –
Positive/Negative by Matt Panzer

Best Short Screenplay –
Laika by Tony Burns

Best Directing –
Clifton Archuleta for Broken Cycle

Best Producer –
Daniel Ford for Serene Valley

Best Documentary –
Shattered by Shirley Lewis

Best Production I –
Eek’s Night Out by Mikey Pounds
Bonanza
Addicted, Project 2
Going Through the Motions
A Little Clean Fun (MAYBE)

Best Production II –
Bunker’d by Chris Canfield
Pool Shark Precepts by Ross Smith
Eight Forty Six by Anastasia Cummings

Best Production III –
Positive/Negative by Matt Panzer
Serene Valley by Justin Lewis

Best Advanced Production –
Broken Cycle by Clifton Archuleta
Dreaming of America by Patrick Downey
Drop Gun by Magnus Persson

Best Picture –
Broken Cycle by Clifton Archuleta

Community Award –
Julie Crane

Audience Choice Award –
Drop Gun by Magnus Persson

Fall 2010 Student Show Award Recipients

Best Art Direction –
Paul Sitzman for Play Her Song

Best Editing –
Peter Wigand for Good Bye Jack

Best Cinematography –
James Drake for Play Her Song

Best Sound –
Peter Wigand for Good Bye Jack

Best Acting –
Daniel Ford for Pepper

Best Writing –
The Evening Noose by Jesse Steward

Best Special Effects –
Alex Gray for Derek

Best Directing –
Isaac J. Ramos for Play Her Song

Best Producer –
Khidija Rivera for Play Her Song

Best Production I –
The Evening Noose by Jesse Steward

Best Production II –
Play Her Song by Isaac J. Ramos

Best Production III –
Derek by Alex Gray

Best Picture –
Play Her Song by Isaac J. Ramos

Community Award –
Rafael Hernandez

Spring 2010 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Jhené Chase for Dirty Clean

Best Editing –
Ryan Jones for Dirty Clean

Best Cinematography –
Devin Hume for Woebegone

Best Sound –
Peter Wigand & Michael Tang for Annie’s Road

Best Acting –
Dwayne Brown for Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead The 11th Jersey

Best Writing –
Woebegone by Jamie Pelz & Devine Hume

Best Directing –
Jamie Pelz for Woebegone

Best Producer –
Patrick Downey & Jamie Pelz for God’s and Rats

Best Production I –
Teleport by Blake Talley

Best Production II –
Dirty Clean by Ryan Jones

Best Production III –
Breakaway by Clifton Archuleta

Best Documentary –
Cranked by Peter McGuire

Best Picture –
Woebegone by Jamie Pelz

Audience Choice Award –
Woebegone by Jamie Pelz

Fall 2009 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Drummond West & Kara Jorge for Time Flies

Best Editing –
Justin Lewis for Steadfast

Best Cinematography –
Peter Wigand for Pyramids

Best Acting –
Jay Walker in Id & Emma

Best Writing –
Steadfast by Nathan Schneider

Best Directing –
Jhené Chase for We All Fall Down

Best Producer –
Daniel Ford for Steadfast
Ben Clark for Id & Emma

Best Production I –
The Side Job by Renee Berberian

Best Production II –
Pyramids by Peter Wigand

Best Production III –
Id & Emma by D.W. Alexander

Best Picture –
Steadfast by Nathan Schneider

Spring 2009 Student Show Award Recipients and Nominees

Best Art Direction –
Joshua Royal for The Men Running Fast

Best Editing –
Magnus Persson for The Herald

Best Cinematography –
Nathan Rigaud for Picture

Best Sound –
Peter Wigand for Denver Nights

Best Acting –
Roman Banfield in Barley Soup

Best Writing –
Barley Soup by Arielle Baron

Best Directing –
Arielle Baron for Barley Soup

Best Producer –
James Drake & Karen Ross for Picture

Best Production I –
Denver Nights by Peter Wigand

Best Production II –
Picture by James Drake

Best Production III –
The Herald by Magnus Persson

Best Picture –
Barley Soup by Arielle Baron