'Fine Cut' Season 21 Virtual Awards Ceremony | KCET
'Fine Cut' Season 21 Virtual Awards Ceremony
This year has been challenging for everyone, including young aspiring filmmakers. Despite the obstacles, many have still been able to create inspiring work. This year, "Fine Cut" received more than 400 submissions from 40 schools, which were then judged by nine entertainment industry finalists and narrowed down to a list of 18 films.
Watch the virtual ceremony below to catch a glimpse of some great works and to see which of the filmmakers get to be a part of the American Pavilion screening at the 74th annual Cannes International Film Festival in May of 2021, as well as other exciting prizes.
Jack Larson Student Filmmaker of Southern California Award
Winner: A-Tien, directed by Yueh Tzu Sun – New York Film Academy
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Winner: Unmothered, directed by Urvashi Pathania – USC
Frog Catcher, directed by Reina Higashitani – University of California, Los Angeles
Hey Neighbor, directed by Emu – Chapman University
Milk Teeth, directed by Felipe Vargas – University of Southern California
Out of Stock, directed by Bryan Taira – Chapman University
The Art of Survival, directed by Greg Armstrong – University of California, Los Angeles
Winner: The Dope Years: The Story of Latasha Harlins – directed by Allison A. Waite – University of Southern California
Doña Julia, directed by Dilan Garcia Lopez – California State University, Los Angeles
Nothing Down Out It, directed by Skyler DeYoung – Loyola Marymount University
Faith Alone, directed by Jess Kung – California State University, Long Beach
Winner: The Kitchlets – animation, directed by Clarisse Chua– California Institute of the Arts
Low-Key – animation, directed by Collin Schuster– University of Southern California
A HOLE – animation, directed by Molly Murphy – University of Southern California
Melted – animation, directed by Shuting Zhong – California Institute of the Arts
Mr. RuRu’s Adventure – animation, directed by Siti Lu – California Institute of the Arts
Sprout – animation, directed by Georgina Cahill – University of Southern California
Two – animation, directed by Lindsay Scanlan – California Institute of the Arts
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