Here are your 2015 Wellesley High Film Festival winners

Wellesley High School this past week held a film festival at the Katherine L. Babson, Jr., Auditorium that highlighted the work of students in film and animation. The festival was a senior project done by student Luke Ehrlichman, with assistance by WHS teachers Julie Spilka and Doug Johnson.

Here are the winners:

Best Animation: Tie between “3D Animation” by Cole Smith and “A Cutting Edge Adventure” by Katarina Guerrero, Tteja Senthilnathan, & Alex Ramsden

wellesley film fest “3D Animation” by Cole Smith
“3D Animation” by Cole Smith

 

A cutting edge adventure wellesley high film festival
“A Cutting Edge Adventure” by Katarina Guerrero, Tteja Senthilnathan, & Alex Ramsden

Best use of Sound/Music: “M.E.T.C.O.” by Jonathan Valerio

wellesley film festival “M.E.T.C.O.” by Jonathan Valerio
“M.E.T.C.O.” by Jonathan Valerio

Best Videography: “Wellesley Time Lapse” by Thomas D’Anieri 

Wellesley film fest “Wellesley Time Lapse” by Thomas D’Anieri
“Wellesley Time Lapse” by Thomas D’Anieri

Best Editing: “Got Old But Not Mature” by Yaz Eighaei

wellesley film fest “Got Old But Not Mature" by Yaz Eighaei
“Got Old But Not Mature” by Yaz Eighaei

Most Artistic/Creative: “Phoenix Wright”  by Luke McHenry 

“Phoenix Wright”  by Luke McHenry  wellesley film festival
“Phoenix Wright” by Luke McHenry

Best in Show: “No Sleep” by Ben Ciappenelli

(Thanks to Alex Parrella for sending along the info and images.)