A piece of Hollywood returned to Canberra with the 16th year of Lights! Canberra! Action! film making festival. Filmmakers are given a list of ten items to include in their movie, with only ten days to shoot, edit and produce a seven minute film exploring a certain theme. The screening of the top twelve finalists took place outdoors in the Senate Rose Gardens at the Museum of Australian Democracy, with the awards winners announced immediately after the screening.
Videocraft were proud to support the Best Student Film Award which was won by William He and Henri Scott for their film The Righteous – Something’s wrong in the City of Right, and it’s been left to a detective to uncover the truth.
The film took out a number of awards on the night – Congratulations to William and Henri.
EoR Media Award for Best Art Direction – William He
Most Memorable Performance – Henri Scott
Best Use of Theme – William He, Henri Scott
Videocraft Award for Best Student Film – William He, Henri Scott