NATIONAL FINALIST - Student Academy Award for Best Documentary (2011)
WINNER - CINE Special Jury Award (2011)
WINNER - CINE Golden Eagle Award (2010)
NOMINEE – CINE Masters’ Series Award - Best Student Documentary (2011)
BEST DOCUMENTARY – Next Frame International Student Film Festival (2011)
GRAND PRIZE - Telegraph21's "Best of Student DOCS" Contest (2010)
OREGON FILM AWARD - Silver Level, Best Student Film (2010)
SILVER PALM AWARD - Mexico International Film Festival (2010)
BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY - Arizona International Film Festival (2010)
VAN GOGH AWARD FOR BEST SPIRITUAL FILM - Amsterdam Film Festival (2011)
AGLET AWARD FOR BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY - Red Rocks Film Festival (2010)
BEST STUDENT DOCUMENTARY - George Lindsey UNA Film Festival (2011)
BEST STUDENT FILM - West Chester Film Festival (2010)
BEST STUDENT FILM - Washington DC Independent Film Festival (2010)
BEST STORY - George Lindsey UNA Film Festival (2011)
HONORARY MENTION - Ivy Film Festival (2010)
Also nominated for:
BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY - Shanghai International Film Festival (2011)
BEST STUDENT FILM - Nashville Film Festival (2010)
BEST DOCUMENTARY - West Chester Film Festival (2010)
This film examines the stigma placed on physically and mentally disabled people in Bali, Indonesia due to the Hindu belief in Karma.
A short film about memory and time shot between the fall of 2009 and the winter of 2010. Shot on the Sony EX-1 and graded with Magic Bullet "Looks"
1st semester Short.
MFA Social Documentary Film at SVA
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