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Youth Division Showcase 2004


Ohio Short Film & Video Showcase
Youth Division Showcase 2004
Sat, May 8, 2004 4 PM
The new Youth Division of the Ohio Short Film/Video Showcase provides an opportunity for Ohio's young independent filmmakers to show their work under professional conditions.

Please note special start time. The works screened at each Ohio Short Film/Video Showcase each year vary in genre, tone, and production value, but all reflect the active media culture of the region. The event offers a welcome opportunity for filmmakers to show—and for audiences to see—such works under professional conditions. Each film is under 20 minutes long and produced in Ohio in the past 18 months.

New this year is the Youth Division for filmmakers 18 and under. Six prizes will be awarded to youth-produced videos screened at the showcase. The first place prize includes editing time and assistance in the Wexner Center's Art & Technology studio, which is equipped with AVID digital video editing systems.

After the Youth Division event, join filmmakers and friends for a free public reception from 5 to 7 pm. The over-18 showcase begins at 7 pm and is ticketed separately. Click here for more information.

The Youth Division of the Ohio Short Film/Video Showcase was organized by Wexner Center staff members Mike Olenick, Adelia Gregory, and Shelly Casto, as well as Columbus video artist Liv Gjestvang. (Program approx. 70 mins.)


Route 66
Zach Seckerson, 2004; Hilliard
Prize Winner

The Revolution
Jamie Peeso, 2004; Hilliard

Bryce Bell-Doell and Kory Yates, 2004; Columbus

Happy Birthday
Dave Hotler and Lindsey Marshall, 2004; Hilliard

Rapid Eye Movement
Martin Borchers, 2003; Yellow Springs

Language of the Streets
David Knight, 2003; Dayton

It Ended So Soon...
Jonathan Sink, 2003; Hilliard

When We Two Parted
Nathan Lundquist, 2003; Columbus
Grand Prize Winner

Collection of Pretty Things
Thom Pietch, 2003; Hilliard

John Buedel, 2003; Dayton

Symphony of Dreams
Kelly Ann Williams, 2004; Hilliard

Who is Walter Digby?
Nathan Bachman and Thomas Clark, 2004; Columbus
Prize Winner

Smooth Cat
Matthew Zaff, 2004; Yellow Springs
Prize Winner

Lindsey Marshall, 2003; Hilliard

Henry's Devils
Renee Smith, 2004; Hilliard

Driving the Graveyard Shift
Jessy Baum and Julie Schatz, 2003; Westerville

Cara King, 2003; Hilliard
Prize Winner

Death By Goat
John Crayton, 2003; Dayton

Wandering Star
Rose Blakelock, 2004; Yellow Springs

Jonathan Wolfe, 2004; Hilliard

Coleen McDonald, 2004; Columbus

Enterprise Elite: Thomas's Clone
Trevor Arwood, 2003; Hilliard
Prize Winner

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