GradyFest!

Posted: May 15, 2011 in FU News, GradyFest, Student Films
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The annual Grady College Student Film Festival held Thursday May 12th displayed the vast array of talent from the Telecommunication department at the University of Georgia. The festival showed a variety of films from introductory to advanced production courses. Students praised professors Jennifer Smith and James Biddle for their filmmaking success. Dennis Adamovich from Turner Entertainment Network was among the many distinguished guests. Congratulations to all GradyFest entries and the Telecommunication/Mass Media Arts graduates!

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

The Orkids – “What is it with Me”

Produced by David Oster, Directed by Matt Beaty

VERIZON AWARD, BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY, BEST EDITING

“Scope”

Produced by Tim Barrett, Directed by Morgan Pelligrino

BEST PICTURE, BEST SCREENWRITING

“Interior Design”

Produced by Richard Simpson, Directed by Mathew Mitchell

BEST SPECIAL EFFECTS

“Go Play: Adventures at Sea”

Produced by Brandon Smith, Directed by Rachel Foley

BEST DIRECTING

“Brownies”

Produced by Matt Beaty, Directed by Becky Silva

BEST DOCUMENTARY

“Going Pro”

Produced by Amy Ishii & Chris Hoehner

BEST OF 3210

“Manhunt”

Produced by Gillian Furqueron, Directed by Luke Galloway

HONORABLE MENTIONS

“Madam Matilda”

Produced By Ali Hurley, Directed by Jonna Capehart


“DTR in the Dino Zombie Apocalypse”

Produced by James Biddle, Directed by Taylor Finley

“A Ghost Story”

Produced by Davis Griffin, Directed by David Oster

“Library Crooks”

Produced by Colleen Terry & Michael Waldron

Reptar – “Cannabis Canyon”

Produced by Marty Simpson, Directed by Katie Gasner

“Eli”

Produced by Stephanie Richards, Directed by Kristen Gillies

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