Angelus Fest names student pic winners

Winning pics will be screened at DGA

The Angelus Student Film Festival has announced the 2007 winners of its 11th annual competition.

Winning pics will be screened along with the honorable mentions and other selected finalist works on Saturday at the Directors Guild of America in Hollywood.

The eight winners were selected from 26 finalists and more than 500 submissions, representing a record 28 countries, including the U.S., Turkey, Lithuania and Iran.

Winners receive a cash prize ranging from $1,500 to $10,000.

Festival juries comprised industry professionals, including producer Paul A. Rosenberg, screenwriter Duane Adler and producer Doug Urbanski.

The winners:

Patrick Peyton Award for Excellence in Filmmaking

Barbara Stepansky (AFI) — “The Trojan Cow”

Priddy Bros. Triumph

Anna Christopher (AFI) — “Queen of Cactus Cove”

Fujifilm Audience Impact

Charlie Boyles (N.C. School of the Arts, Winston-Salem) — “Kilroy Was Here”

Mole-Richardson Production Design

Avie Luthra (National Film and TV School, U.K.) — “Lucky”

Act One Screenplay

Charlie Boyles (N.C. School of the Arts) — “Kilroy Was Here”Outstanding Documentary

Octavio Warnock-Graham (City College of New York) — “Silences”

Outstanding Animation

Philip Smith (Australian Film, Television and Radio School) — “Crooked Mick of the Speewah”

Director’s Choice

Nathan Collett (USC) — “Kibera Kid”

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