The Richmond Art Museum is proud to present films and film-related events in its 500-seat Art Deco theater with state-of-the-art projection and sound systems. This venue is also available use by individuals and community organizations. For rental information, call (765) 966-0256.
Are you making films in class? In your basement? On the street? By yourself? With your friends? Have you ever had to beg your mom or dad to be in one of your films? Bribed your little brother or sister? We're talking to you!
Phantoscope is especially for budding filmmakers who are high school students. Phantoscope shows a juried program of short films created by Mid-Western teens annually and features a panel discussion with area industry professionals, along with cash and other prizes. There is a $1000 cash prize awarded to the contest's best film.
2013 Festival Information:
Festival Date: April 27, 2013
Panel Discussion: 5:30PM
Phantoscope T-Shirts available! (XL, L, M)
Call 765-966-0256 to order!
(List is alphabetical. Winners will be announced at Phantoscope on April 27th, 2013)
American Brother by Jenna Yonker (Winner, Best Director)
Do We Need Greed? by Adama Berndt (Winner, Best Documentary)
Dollies Don't Talk by Adlee Twiehaus
Enough by John Loberger (Winner, Best Screenplay)
Game Changer by Sarah Margolis-Greenbaum (Winner Best Actress - Sarah Margolis-Greenbaum; Winner, Best Actor - Aaron Margolis-Greenbaum)
La Reve (The Dream) by Jenna Yonker (Winner, Best Editing)
The Masks by Haixu Liu ($1000 Winner, Best Film)
Who Am I? by Nickolas Drudge
Who Am I? by Sydne Horton
Thank you 2013 Sponsors:
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Lance M. Crow, Education Director, (765) 966-0256