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Lightworks W ’12 Awards

Posted: April 23, 2012 by ryanburdick4400 in Event Recaps

Thanks for coming out. Below are the awards & winners. See you for fall!

Best Editing 300: Engineering Power -> Ari Kaye

Best Cinematography 300: Contemplation -> Austin Bowers

Best Director 300: Government Senses -> Chandler Billes

Best Editing 400: Fallen Memory 

Best Cinematography 400: This Time Around -> Ashley Harison

Best Director 400: V-Card -> Branden & Jake

Best Experimental: Dinner for Two -> Emily Nine

Best Documentary: Landscapes -> Matt Tufonte

Best Sit-Com: Ready 4

Best Editing 300: Engineering Power -> Ari Kaye

Best Cinematography 300: Contemplation -> Austin Bowers

Best Director 300: Government Senses -> Chandler Billes

Best Editing 400: Fallen Memory 

Best Cinematography 400: This Time Around -> Ashley Harison

Best Director 400: V-Card -> Branden & Jake

Best Experimental: Dinner for Two -> Emily Nine

Best Documentary: Landscapes -> Matt Tufonte

Best Production DesignMeridian

Best Sound Design: Weight Watchers -> Jackie Vresics

Best Score: Hannah Winkler -> Zug

Best Animation: My First (non-mechanical chicken)

Best Actor: R.J. Brown -> Zug

Best Actress: Shannon Eagen -> Film 101

 Audience Award: V-Card

Best of Fest: This Time Around

Honorable Mentions:

Directing Honorable Mention: Jackie Wilton

Most Valuable Player: Joey Bergren

Best Cameo Prop: Shake Weight

Best Graphic Style Transition: A Singularity

Best Production Design: Meridian

Best Sound Design: Weight Watchers -> Jackie Vresics

Best Score: Hannah Winkler -> Zug

Best Animation: My First (non-mechanical chicken)

Best Actor: R.J. Brown -> Zug

Best Actress: Shannon Eagen -> Film 101

 Audience Award: V-Card

Best of Fest: This Time Around

Honorable Mentions:

Directing Honorable Mention: Jackie Wilton

Most Valuable Player: Joey Bergren

Best Cameo Prop: Shake Weight

Best Graphic Style Transition: A Singularity

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Lightworks F ’11 Recap

Posted: December 19, 2011 by ryanburdick4400 in Event Recaps

As Colin Gunkel said, “It ran like clockwork.”

Thanks for coming out. Below are the awards & winners. See you in the new year!

Best of Fest: The Private Eyes of Lou Manteca

Audience Award: Naveed

Best Director 300: Derby Girls-Carolyn Klarecki

Best Director 400: People Mover-Ben Duchan

Best Actor: Jonathan Davidson

Best Actress: Ava Rosenwald

*Best Animation: Not So Super Mario  Bros.

Best Cinematography 300: In-Between

Best Cinematography 400: Indian Village

Best Editing 300: Chalk Western

Best Editing 400: People Mover

Best Sound Design: The Last Meal

*Best Original Score: Parking Structure

Best Production Design: Blue Yarn

Best Documentary: Beer People

Best Experimental: Indian Village

Best Screenplay: The Private Eyes of Lou Manteca-Greg Smith

Honorable Mentions:

Best End of Semester Film/Fake SAC Term Paper: Mike and Melissa Hang Out With A Squirrel

HM Director: Brandon Verdi

*Please comment below if you represent Not So Super Mario Bros.  or Parking Structure to receive your DVD prize.

Events 10/31-11/7

Posted: October 31, 2011 by ryanburdick4400 in Event Recaps, Events

Thanks for everyone who came out the Answer This! Full house, y’all.

Featured Event

  1. 7:30PM-9:00PM, Quality 16 in Ann Arbor, IMAX Theater,  Tix: $10, available here.
  2. The true story of a young american’s impossible journey never experienced or heard of in the soccer world.
Mon. 10/31
  1. 7PM, Michigan Theater, Tix $7 for students, $9 for Adults
  2. 2001: A Space Odyssey is a countdown to tomorrow, a road map to human destiny, a quest for the infinite. It is a dazzling, Academy Award®-winning visual achievement, a compelling drama of man vs. machine, a stunning meld of music and motion. It may be the masterwork of director Stanley Kubrick (who co-wrote the screenplay with Arthur C. Clarke)…and it will likely excite, inspire and enthrall for generations. To begin his voyage into the future, Kubrick visits our prehistoric ape-ancestry past, then leaps millenia (via one of the most mind-blowing jump cuts ever conceived) into colonized space, and ultimately whisks astronaut Bowman (Keir Dullea) into uncharted realms of space, perhaps even into immortality. “Open the pod bay doors, HAL.” Let the awe and mystery of a journey unlike any other begin. Rated G. 160 minutes. 1968.
Thurs. 11/3
  1. 7:30PM-9:00PM, Quality 16 in Ann Arbor, Tix: $10, available here.
  2. The true story of a young american’s impossible journey never experienced or heard of in the soccer world.
Fri. 11/4
  1. 7PM, Nat Sci Aud, Free!
  2. Check out the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCRQQCKS7go
    And here’s more info about it: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1650062/
    If there’s one thing Spielberg and Abrams know how to make, it’s a great adventure film.

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