FILM & U19
2013 West Kootenay Under 19 Film Festival
The U19 Film Festival is the largest youth film festival in the West Kootenay region. Young film makers compete with short films for cash prizes. This year the Festival was held on April 27 at the Royal Theatre in Trail.
2013 U19 Winners
An online Vimeo account for all the 2013 U19 films is being created.
U19 grant prize winners are below. Conratulations!
"Sock Monkeys" - Madeline Grace-Wood, Rossland, Age 14
"Barefoot" - James Klemmensen and Liam Barnes, Rossland, Age 17
"Loose Ends" - Chris Tremblay, Jordan Strobel and Tim Baldwin, Trail, Age 16
4. Snow Sports
"The Moments Continue" - Andrew Woodward, Nelson, Age 18
"Surge Freerun" - Lian Barnes, Rossland, Age 17
6. People's Choice
"High Rise Ski Edit"- Jordan Strobel, Warfield, Age 16
7. Judges' Choice
"Seatle and Aviation" - Eric Gonzales, Fruitvale, Age 17
2012 U19 Film Festival Results
The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture hosts the annual Under 19 Film Festival
Twenty Six short youth made films were submitted. The event was hosted by the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture and the Kootenay Association of Science and Technology.
2012 U19 Film Festival Winners - CONGRATULATIONS
(video names link to the online videos)
· Documentary - "The Creatora", Mackenzie Flood, Rossland BC
· Animation - "The Love of Lollie", Mackenzie Flood, Rossland BC
· Environmental - "Go Green Environmental Campaign", Vincent Huang, Trail BC
· Drama - "Hug Club", Mike Evans, Trail BC
· Sports/Adventure - "Surge Freerun: Year One", Liam Barnes, Rossland BC
· People's Choice - "Moments, Episode 3 - Powder", Andrew Woodward, Nelson, BC
· Judge's Choice Award - "The Simple Task of Dying", Alysha Seriani & Chase Hansen, Cranbrook BC
A special thank you to our sponsors for the event:
Columbia Basin Trust, Kootenay Savings Credit Union, BC Arts Council, Trail & District Arts Council, and the Regional District of Kootenay Bounday.
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