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The winners of this year’s Student Academy Awards were announced on Monday, with honorees coming from AFI and USC, as well as DePaul University and Michigan State University.
This year, 1,749 films were received from 286 domestic and 95 international colleges and universities. First-time honors include Maharishi University of Management, DePaul, Michigan State and the Polish National Film, Television and Theater School.
All of the Student Academy Award winners will be allowed to submit in the 2016 documentary short subject, animated short film or live action short film category.
The group joins past Student Academy winners including Pete Docter, Cary Fukunaga, John Lasseter and Spike Lee.
The 43rd Student Academy Awards ceremony will take place Sept. 22 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.
See the full list of winners below.
All These Voices, David Henry Gerson, American Film Institute
Cloud Kumo, Yvonne Ng, City College of New York
The Swan Girl, Johnny Coffeen, Maharishi University of Management
Die Flucht, Carter Boyce, DePaul University
Once upon a Line, Alicja Jasina, USC
The Wishgranter, Echo Wu, Ringling College of Art and Design
Fairy Tales, Rongfei Guo, New York University
4.1 Miles, Daphne Matziaraki, University of California, Berkeley
From Flint: Voices of a Poisoned City, Elise Conklin, Michigan State University
It’s Just a Gun, Brian Robau, Chapman University
Nocturne in Black, Jimmy Keyrouz, Columbia University
Rocket, Brenna Malloy, Chapman University
Invention of Trust, Alex Schaad, University of Television and Film Munich (Germany)
Tenants, Klara Kochanska, The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School (Poland)
Where the Woods End, Felix Ahrens, Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF (Germany)
Ayny, Ahmad Saleh, Academy of Media Arts Cologne (Germany)
The Most Beautiful Woman, Maya Sarfaty, Tel Aviv University (Israel)
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