SMC’s Film Club gathered on December 5th to celebrate their projects at their biannual student film festival.
SMC’s Film Club showcased their fall semester student film festival on December 5th, 2019 at the Center for Media and Design auditorium. This biannual event marked the Film Club’s commitment to fostering student collaboration at Santa Monica College.
Film submissions in the festival were no longer than 15 minutes and selected from current SMC students and alumni. The majority of projects that garnered awards were originally pitched in earlier Film Club meetings. Small production groups of 5-8 students were formed to produce these projects over the remainder of the semester.
- Perspective | Directed by Ariel Hyman
- Paralysis | Directed by Max Edidin
- Insta vs Reality | Directed by Erik Zarate
- Unbound | Directed by Mateo Arevalo
- Reiko | Directed by Barry Law & Nina Guo
- Pitch | Directed by Kunga Sagar
- Wiped | Directed by Chok Suwanavisootr
Best Picture | Perspective | Directed by Ariel Hyman
Best Editing | Unbound | Directed by Mateo Arevalo
Best Cinematography | Unbound | Directed by Mateo Arevalo
Best Screenplay | Reiko | Directed by Barry Law & Nina Guo
Best Directing | Paralysis | Directed by Max Edidin
If you are a past or current SMC student and you’d like your project to be considered for the spring 2020 semester film festival, please send to email@example.com.
SMC Film club meets every Friday from 11:15-12:35 in Room 271 at the Center for Media and Design. The first meeting of the Spring semester is February 28th, 2020.