Student semifinalists named in Key Art Awards

2:48 PM PST 05/08/2009 by Staff report, AP

Promising designers cited for work in trailers, one-sheets

Semifinalists have been announced in the Eighth Annual Key Art Awards Student Competition.

In the trailers category, the semifinalists are: Greg Burke, Columbia College Hollywood; German Izquierdo, Columbia College Hollywood; Andrew Meacham, Art Institute of California, San Diego; Nima Shoghi, Columbia College Hollywood; Arman Sarkissian, Pasadena City College; Sean Hernandez, Inner-City Filmmakers; Julie Douglas, Cal State Fullerton; Lindsey Bixler, Michigan State University; Chi-Hao Cheng, Cal State Fullerton; Edward Mikasa, Chapman University; Lauren Kearns, Michigan State University; Evan Phan, Pasadena City College.

Semifinalists in the category of one-sheets are: Stephen Richards, Art Institute of Philadelphia; Jimmy Hsieh, Cal State Fullerton; Jordan Lee, Cal State Fullerton; Annie Marcotte, Maryland Institute College of Art; Aaron Avila, Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising; Nicolette Cornelius, Maryland Institute College of Art; Bekim Bacovic, Fashion Institute of Technology; Omar Rajput, Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising; Peter Owen, Maryland Institute College of Art; Jessica Cardelucci, Chapman University; Yookyung Min, UCLA Extension; Anita Sougu, Cal State Fullerton.

The student awards are part of the 38th Annual Key Art Awards, an international competition honoring those who create marketing materials for motion pictures and home entertainment. The awards will be presented June 12 at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Los Angeles.
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