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Ohio Short Film & Video Showcase Youth Division

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Photo courtesy of Kate Sweeney

Ohio Short Film & Video Showcase
Youth Division
Sat, May 13, 2006 4:30 PM

Don't miss the incredibly creative and dynamic films and videos created by youth in Ohio. The Youth Division of the Ohio Short Film & Video Showcase provides Ohio's younger independent media artists a chance to show their work in a theatrical setting.

Last year's capacity crowd witnessed 16 short works by young artists from around the state. Prizes are awarded to the top youth-produced projects. All are encouraged to attend the screening and the reception afterwards from 6 to 7 in the Wexner Center Lower Lobby. The adult division screening follows at 7 pm.


Brandon Halley, Yellow Springs

The Nightmare
William Dulaney, Columbus

Skating through Effects
Anthony Colangelo, Heath

Winter Thoughts
Zach Inscho, Columbus
Prize Winner

Saturday Afternoon
Alex Caperton, Columbus

Stress Test
Ben Van Cleave, Springfield

Love Is War
Taylor Tietjen, Hilliard

Joe Kell, Mansfield

A Day with Jim
Delissa Simpson, Columbus

The Sad Cowboy
Remy Brommer, Ian Moran, Daniel Zabludovsky, Columbus

The Truth Behind Sunflower Seeds
Trevor Arwood, Mike Capace, Hilliard

Holiday Greeting
Sarah Houston, Heath

What Goes Up
Philip Mendola, Hilliard

Random Dodger
Will Handford, Hilliard

Love is a story.
Kelsey Evans, Columbus

il sorto
Samuel Sheidlower, Matthew Kessler, Blacklick, Gahanna
Grand Prize Winner

I Will
Nick Schoener, Columbus

Life, Death and Pain
Dustin Scarpitti, Hilliard
Prize Winner

Andy Sontag, Sonny Thomas, Nathan Moore, Abeo Miller, Yellow Springs

Pictured are images from Amor by Kate Sweeney and Girl Pants on Guys by Jimmie Hendrickson and Nathan Lundquist, prize winners from the Youth Division of the 2005 Ohio Short Film & Video Showcase.

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Wexner Center for the Arts

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