2011 Student Film Festival - Participants and Winners!
The second annual St. Lawrence University Student Film Festival and Competition was held on May 1, 2011. Eight film swere shown, the following four were chosen for awards.
Alma Mater, Old St. Lawrence
A. J. Blaisdell (winner of Best Satire award)
A satirical university admissions video that highlights the many characteristics of interest to SLU's potential incoming freshmen. 7 minutes.
Miriah Atwood (winner of Best cinematography award)
After a devastating breakup our young heroine falls into a deep depression, fromwhich she is unable to break free. After some soul searching we find her resurfacing and tackling life once more. 13 minutes.
Collin Henderson (Winner of Best Film award and winner of The Milo Award)
Following an argument with his girlfriend, The Goodman retreats to the library to work on a paper. His night of work is cut short when he is visited by a figure he thinks to be his girlfriend. The mysterious individual leads him through what seems to be a standard college weekend night, but the Goodman discovers more about the people he sees on an every day basis than he ever thought. 16 minutes
Edward Blewett (Winner of Best Short Film award)
The tragic story of fidelity and jealousy surrounding a dolphin set against the alluring environment of the French countryside. (4 minutes)