CDCP students win awards at SXSW Film Youth M.A.F.I.A. Day Festival
Two groups of Cinema Du Cannes Project students received awards at this year’s SXSW Film Youth M.A.F.I.A. Day Festival, a state-wide 24-hour film festival for high school students.
The Best Editing Award went to “The Key to Congress Avenue," a film produced by Hendrickson senior co-director Alexis Campanile, Hendrickson sophomore sound recordist Rachel Garza, Hendrickson senior co-producer Sarah “Norway” Hudson and Pflugerville sophomore co-director Paige Marshall.
The Best Cinematography Award went to “For the Family," a film produced by Connally senior co-producer Eric Greer and Connally senior editor Aimee Jiang.
All of the completed films were screened March 14 in the Vimeo Theater at the Austin Convention Center.