The Atlanta Tech Student Film Festival presented nine short films by students in the Design & Media program. Black Lives Matter, by Christopher Eubanks, won Best of Festival, and How Do I Know, by Jason Earl, won Best Narrative. Both films were invited by the Bronze Lens Film Festival to enter its student competition. ATC President Victoria Seals, pictured above with Design & Media Program Chair Britt Pitre, congratulated Christopher Eubanks.
Award-winning makeup artist Patrice Coleman, an Atlanta Tech alumnus, presented the Best Actor award to Terrence Whitehead. Veteran location scout A. B. Cooper presented the Best Cinematographer award to Christopher Eubanks. The Best Actor Award is named for Coleman, and the Best Cinematographer Award is named for Cooper.
Films shown during the Atlanta Tech Student Film Festival were:
Roger Wimbush Magician-Roger Wimbush (Winner – Best Documentary)
Black Lives Matter-Christopher Eubanks (Winner Best of Festival, Best Cinematography)
Race Relations-Anthony Cooper
Growing, Not Grown-Sharon Scott
Race in America-Arlene Martin
How Do I Know-Jason Earl (Winner-Best Narrative)
The Myth of Super Dad-Michael Harris (Winner-Best Actor, Best Screenplay)
The Family Bully-Forrest Murphy
It’s Your Birthday-Roger Wimbush
For more information on film studies at Atlanta Tech contact Design & Media Production Program Chair Britt Pitre at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.225.4439.
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