Video Festival

ABOUT SBSVF

The South Bay Student Video Festival is a showcase for exceptional high school film and video projects.  Emphasis is placed on work that uses film and video as a unique art form with which to express one’s self creatively.


Submissions are reviewed by a panel of judges, who select projects for screening, and give awards in a variety of creative and technical categories such as cinematography, writing, directing, sound design, visual effects and editing.  Awards will also be given for  the top projects in each of the submission categories.


For more information, contact Media Arts Advisor Michael Hernandez at

(310) 318-7337 x5146

South Bay Student Video Festival

Thursday, May 27, 2010

7:00 pm

MIRA COSTA HS AUDITORIUM

1401 ARTESIA BLVD.

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA 90266


TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR

Students & Adults: $5   

Students who’s projects have been selected for screening receive free admission

AWARDS AND SCREENING SELECTION


JURY PRIZE & ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND DESIGN:

“Khanuadeh”

(Oakwood School)


BEST FICTION & ACHIEVEMENT IN DIRECTING:

“The Stand”

(Harvard-Westlake School)


BEST NON-FICTION (TIE):

“Rose Parade” & “Latch Key Kid”

(Mira Costa H.S.)


BEST EXPERIMENTAL:

“Innocence”

(Hollywood H.S.)


BEST ANIMATION:

“Mimik’s Dance”

(Natick H.S., Natick, MA)


BEST MUSIC VIDEO:

“Dem Shoes”

(Harvard-Westlake School)


ACHIEVEMENT IN EDITING:

“Rose Parade”

(Mira Costa H.S.)


ACHIEVEMENT IN WRITING:

“Rain”

(Mira Costa H.S.)


ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY:

“Rain”

(Mira Costa H.S.)


ACHIEVEMENT IN VISUAL EFFECTS:

“Piracy”

(Providence H.S.)


MEL BLANC VOICE PERFORMANCE AWARD:

“Edward the Eraser”

(Providence H.S.)


GEORGES MELIES ‘TRIP TO THE MOON’ AWARD:

“Still Life”

(Harvard-Westlake School)


ADDITIONAL VIDEOS SELECTED TO SCREEN:


“Computer”

(Granada Hills HS)


“Magician Mr. Boing”

(Fountain Valley HS)


“My Best Friend”

(Providence H.S.)


“Reverie”

(Oakwood School)


“Howard’s Hops”

(Mira Costa HS)


“Trapped: A Story of Embarrassment”

(Mira Costa HS)

JUDGES

Andrew Ceperley

A cinematographer, director, editor and art director, Andrew has worked on projects for a variety of companies including Showtime, HBO, CBS and Paramount.  He is currently shooting a feature film in Big Bear, CA.  Andrew is also an alumni of the Mira Costa Media Arts program.


Jose Garcia-Moreno

A native of Mexico, Jose studied film in Prague.  He is an award-winning animator and film scholar who currently teaches animation at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. 


Sue Scheibler

Sue is a film scholar who has published a variety of papers in national journals, and is also a published poet.  She has taught film critical studies at schools like USC, and is currently a faculty member at Loyola Marymount University.  Sue has been a judge for the SBSVF since it’s inception 10 years ago.


Frederick Schroeder

Fred is a cinematographer, director and filmmaker who has worked on a variety of commercials, shorts and feature films, and has had his projects screened at Sundance.  He has also taught filmmaking and cinematography at USC and Loyola Marymount University.


Innocence

Rain

Trapped:

A Story of Embarrassment