The 8th annual 2003 Angelus Awards Student Film Festival has selected 21 finalists from around the world for their achievements in filmmaking, animation and documentary. Promising college or graduate-level film students will be recognized for films of uncommon artistic caliber that uphold and communicate values, such as triumph of the human spirit, hope, dignity, tolerance and peace.
Six winners will be chosen and honored during the 2003 Angelus Awards ceremony and screening on October 25 at the Director’s Guild of America in Hollywood. More than $23,000 in cash prizes will be awarded, including the prestigious $10,000 Patrick Peyton Excellence in Filmmaking Award, one of the highest cash awards for student filmmakers. Fifty-seven semi-finalists were selected from a record 472 entries received from students representing 37 U.S. states, 19 other countries and 151 film schools.
For more info, visit the Angelus Awards website.