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Entertainment Student Academy Awards 2020 Medalists Unveiled – Update

22:33  21 october  2020
22:33  21 october  2020 Source:   deadline.com

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UPDATED with medalists: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed the gold, silver and bronze medalists for the 47th Student Academy Awards. The winning films were feted in a virtual ceremony that included presenters Shunsaku Hayashi, Glen Keane, Spike Lee, Dawn Porter and Lulu Wang and hosted by Eugenio Derbez.

The 18 students and their projects who were finalists for this year’s honors were announced last month. Here are the medalists announced today (watch them here).

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Alternative/Experimental (Domestic and International Film Schools)

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Gold: “Simulacra,” Curry Sicong Tian, USC

Animation (Domestic Film Schools)

Gold: “Ciervo,” Pilar Garcia-Fernandezsesma, Rhode Island School of Design

Silver: “Mime Your Manners,” Kate Namowicz and Skyler Porras, Ringling College of Art & Design

Bronze: “Hamsa,” Daniela Dwek, Maya Mendonca and Chrisy Baek, School of Visual Arts

Animation (International Film Schools)

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Gold: “The Beauty,” Pascal Schelbli, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg (Germany)

Documentary (Domestic Film Schools)

Gold: “Unfinished Lives,” Yucong Chen, USC

Silver: “The Dope Years: The Story of Latasha Harlins,” Allison A. Waite, USC

Bronze: “Making Waves,” Laura Zéphirin, New York University

Documentary (International Film Schools)

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Gold: “Dear Father…,” Maren Klakegg, Westerdals Institute of Film and Media, Kristiania University College (Norway)

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Narrative (Domestic Film Schools)

Gold: “Umama,” Talia Smith, New York University

Silver: “Bittu,” Karishma Dube, New York University

Bronze: “Sweet Potatoes,” Rommel Villa Barriga, USC

Narrative (International Film Schools)

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Gold: “My Dear Corpses,” German Golub, Baltic Film & Media School, Tallinn University (Estonia)

Silver: “Crescendo,” Percival Argüero Mendoza, Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (Mexico)

Bronze: “I Was Still There When You Left Me,” Marie Mc Court, Institut des Arts de Diffusion (Belgium)

PREVIOUSLY, September 15 PM: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Tuesday it has voted 18 students as winners of the 47th Student Academy Awards. Medal placements in the seven categories will be revealed in a virtual program October 21.

The winning films are eligible to compete for 2020 Oscars in the Animated and Live Action short film and Documentary Short Subject categories. Previous winners in the competition include Pete Docter, Cary Fukunaga, Spike Lee, Trey Parker, Patricia Riggen and Robert Zemeckis.

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This year’s race featured 1,474 entries from 207 domestic and 121 international colleges and universities, with USC leading with four winners and NYU with three. First-time winners include Baltic Film & Media School at Tallinn University in Estonia and Institut des Arts de Diffusion in Belgium.

Here’s the full list of winners:

Alternative/Experimental (Domestic and International Film Schools)

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Curry Sicong Tian, “Simulacra,” University of Southern California

Animation (Domestic Film Schools)

Pilar Garcia-Fernandezsesma, “Ciervo,” Rhode Island School of Design

Daniela Dwek, Maya Mendonca and Chrisy Baek, “Hamsa,” School of Visual Arts

Kate Namowicz and Skyler Porras, “Mime Your Manners,” Ringling College of Art & Design

Animation (International Film Schools)

Pascal Schelbli, “The Beauty,” Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg (Germany)

Documentary (Domestic Film Schools)

Allison A. Waite, “The Dope Years: The Story of Latasha Harlins,” University of Southern California

Laura Zéphirin, “Making Waves,” New York University

Yucong Chen, “Unfinished Lives,” University of Southern California

Documentary (International Film Schools)

Maren Klakegg, “Dear Father…,” Westerdals Institute of Film and Media, Kristiania University College (Norway)

Narrative (Domestic Film Schools)

Karishma Dube, “Bittu,” New York University

Rommel Villa Barriga, “Sweet Potatoes,” University of Southern California

Talia Smith, “Umama,” New York University

Narrative (International Film Schools)

Percival Argüero Mendoza, “Crescendo,” Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (Mexico)

Marie Mc Court, “I Was Still There When You Left Me,” Institut des Arts de Diffusion (Belgium)

German Golub, “My Dear Corpses,” Baltic Film & Media School, Tallinn University (Estonia)

Maren Morris Claps Back At Criticism She’s ‘Not Country’ Enough To Deserve Winning CMA Awards .
Maren Morris has a message for haters who think she’s not deserving of a CMA Award because she’s “not country” enough. Morris, 29, won three awards at Wednesday night’s CMA Awards ceremony, including Female Vocalist of the Year. Despite the accolades from the Country Music Association, Morris has long been criticized by country music purists who think her sound leans too heavily toward pop to be considered country.

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