People's Choice Award - Amanda Sachtleben, "Blind Date."
Best Comedy - Amanda Sachtleben, "Blind Date."
Best Drama - Hunter Hempen and Robert Foote, "Calignosity."
Best Mystery/Suspense - Paul Stokes, "Crossroads."
Best Animation - Jenny Martinez, "I'm Awake."
Judge's Award - Robert Spurlock, "The Wight King."
Best of Festival - Josh Friedrich, "Madison."
This is the deadline for entry into the film competition.
This is the big screening of all the award-winning films at 7 p.m. in Rose Theater.
The Fault-Line Film Festival showcases the creativity and innovation of university students across Missouri through filmmaking. For the first time, regional colleges and universities will be able to participate in a new intercollegiate video competition, the Fault-Line Invitational. Student script writers, actors, video production and editing specialists are given the chance to spotlight their creative talents by competing for $4,000 in awards and prizes.
All currently enrolled University or College students in the state of Missouri are eligible to participate in the the Fault-Line Invitational. Student films can be up to 10 minutes in length and submitted in one of the following categories: Drama, Comedy, Mystery/Suspense, and Animation. A $25 entry fee is required with all entries. A faculty member must send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org verifying the student status and that the film was produced in 2011 or 2012 for all students submitting registrations that are not currently enrolled at Southeast Missouri State University. Winning films will be screened at the Fault-Line Film Festival Gala on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012 at 7 p.m. on the campus at Southeast Missouri State University.
This event is sponsored by Department of Mass Media, Department of Theatre & Dance, Earl and Margie Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology and the Douglas C. Greene Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Southeast Missouri State University.
Detailed information about the Fault-Line Film Festival rules and guidelines.
2010 marked the first year for the Fault-Line Film Festival at Southeast. Winners were announced during an awards ceremony at the Bedell Performance Hall, and screened at a film festival gala in the Rose Theatre. The student films that were screened and Fault-Line Film Festival awards given out were:
The winners of the 2011 Fault-Line Film Festival were announced during an awards ceremony at the Bedell Performance Hall, and screened at a film festival gala in the Rose Theatre on November 16. The student films that were screened and Fault-Line Film Festival awards given out included: