Arlington, Va. - The Visually Wired Festival, showcasing the best video and animation work completed by students at The Art Institute of Washington, has announced the winners for Best in Story, Best Editing, Best Cinematography, and Best in Show, Best Animation, Best Experimental, Best Lighting, and Best Commercial. The audience award is based on viewers' choice.
The following students, along with their film work, won in the following categories:
Best in Story: Crimson City (film), Derek Campbell, Luis Larrea, Shane Richardson, Keste Chavis, Marlon Turono, and Antonio Harrison;
Best Editing: Crimson City (film) Derek Campbell, Luis Larrea, Shane Richardson, Keste Chavis, Marlon Turono, and Antonio Harrison;
Best Cinematography: The Bunnyman Bridge (film) Luis Larrea, Derek Campbell, and David Mackie;
Best in Show: The Bunnyman Bridge (film) Luis Larrea, Derek Campbell, and David Mackie;
Best Animation: Life On The High Seas: Piracy & You (film) Thomas Codrick, Albert England, Bethany Glaze, Mathew Hance, Rober Leung, Joanie Levavasseur, Thomas Mahoney, Rebecca Miller, Dayna Moon, Erin Morris, and Maureen Pritchett;
Best Experimental: Animated Art (film) Matt Hance;
Best Lighting: Film Noir Lighting (film) Christian Swanberg, Qaynen Utley, Keigel Young, and Pierre Smith;
Best Commercial: Target Commercial (film) Isam Daho;
Audience Award: The Producer's Cut (film) Charlie Sawyer, CJ Davis, Bobby Spero, Nam-Bin Dang, and Ryan Gauthier.