Awards - 40th Canadian Student Film Festival - 2009

AWARDS FOR THE 40th CANADIAN STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL


NORMAN MCLAREN AWARD for the overall winner:
Offered by the National Film Board of Canada, a value of $2500 in technical services for the winner's next production.
DOG GIRL, by Heather Young from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax

KODAK IMAGING AWARDFor the Best New Canadian Student Director, presented by Kodak Canada Entertainment Imaging. The winner will receive a camera and $4200 of film
LA RÈGLE DU FUTUR COMPOSÉ, by Claudia Hébert from the Concordia University in Montreal


BEST ANIMATION PRODUCTION : BONE FEATHER, by Callum Paterson & Nathan Gilliss, from Emily Carr University in Vancouver

BEST DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION : Ex eaquo BABY NOT MINE, by Joseph Loiero from the Ryerson University of Journalism in Toronto & CORPS CHIMIQUE, by Pascale Bilodeau from Concordia University in Montreal

BEST EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCTION : ARRYTHMIA, by Meelad Moaphi, from York University in Toronto

BEST FICTION PRODUCTION : DETECTIVE MARK WATERS, by Michael Laicini from Humber College in Toronto

Special mention to:
GOPHERS IN SPACE, by Shannon Ang from Emily Carr University in Vancouver
WHO KILLED THE GOLDFISH, by Jin Hong from Emily Carr University in Vancouver

The members of the Jury were:
Line Richard: principal producer at the Quebec studio of the NFB
Roland Nguyen: short film department head at France 3
Christina Stojanova: professor, film critic and writer


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