Columbia High School Filmmakers Win at SOMA & Montclair Film Festivals
At the 2018 Montclair Emerging Filmmaker Competition Columbia High student filmmakers and animators won in the following categories:
Grand Prize: Narrative Aidan Romanaux and (Graduate) Ralph Ravix with the film "Choice"
Grand Prize: Animation Sophie Goodman – Merel with the film "SuperHero Convention"
This is Sophie's second major award for this film.
Special Jury Prize: Animation Ethan Halperin with the film "Cellular Life"
At the SOMA Film Festival Youth Filmmakers section presented by Cinema Aidan Romanaux and Max Goldstein’s film “Max’s Candy Crush” won its second major award this year when it took home Best Narrative Short.
Max Goldstein also took home a runner up award for “Village to Village” in the Documentary Short category.
The film – “Space Attack” by Christina Wright also took home a runner up award for Best Animation.
Pictured above, from left to right CHS Film Teacher Paul Marigliano, Max Goldstein, Sophia Heriveaux and Richard Stephen Bell, Founder and Executive Director of CINEMA ED
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