Southwestern Adventist University Communication Department hosted 14 schools for the annual SouthxSouthwestern 48 hour film challenge this weekend. The teams had 48 hours to film and edit their footage. Requirements included shooting on smart phones only, so that everyone had the same equipment capabilities, and including a longhorn in the film.
Congratulations to the winners of the following categories:
Ozark Adventist Academy Team II won Best Film "Desire & Deceit" - $2000 per student; $1000 dept. grant
Heritage Academy won Best Screen Play "Locked In" - $1500 per student; $750 dept. grant
Burton Academy Team II won Best Cinematography "Longhorn Killer" - $1000 per student", $500 dept. grant
Alvarado High School Team II won Best Director "Strange Case"
Ozark Adventist Academy Team II won Best Actress "Desire & Deceit" (The Villain) - Zursey Maya
Heritage Academy won Best Actor "Locked In" - Harold Freeman
South Texas Christian Academy won Best Editing "Stranger by the Minute"
Burton Academy Team I won Best Use of Longhorns
Ozark Adventist Academy Team II won People's Choice "Desire & Deceit"
Lodi Academy won Best Production Design "The Unspeakable"
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