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10-10-10 Screenings & Awards 2014
updated: Feb 10, 2014, 11:10 AM

By The Dedicated Staff

The 10-10-10 Competition is always a highlight of the Film Festival. It is an opportunity for high school and college level students to be mentored by industry professionals in making a short film in competition. Students who are enrolled in Santa Barbara area high schools and colleges are invited to submit a 10 page writing sample or a five minute film sample. Screenwriting and filmmaking finalists are chosen and are paired with industry professionals, who volunteer their times as mentors. The 10 student screenplays are matched with a filmmaking finalist, who directs a 10-minute film, shot during the 10 days of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

These films were shown Sunday afternoon at the Arlington to a theater full of students, parents and film lovers. At the end of the screenings, the ten films were judged by a pre-selected panel and the winners announced.

The 10-10-10 Competition is definitely one of my favorite things about the Film Festival. Watching the creativity of high school and college students be realized on the screen is always such an awesome and pleasant surprise. This year, the films in the competition seemed especially good. They exhibited sensitivity, insight, and great humor. These are a talented bunch of young film makers.

The winners:
For screenwriting at the high school level - Derek Tilton of San Marcos High for, Five Reasons.
For screenwriting at the college level - Nick Hornung of UCSB for, Love Hurts.
For film making at the high school level - Harrison Gilman of Santa Barbara High for A Canine Affair.
For film making at the college level - Ayasylla Ghosn of Brooks for, The Way We Were.-SF

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