Student filmmaker receives cash award

The 14th Annual Emerson College Film Festival showcased student work over three programs at the Paramount Center on Sunday, March 30. Pamela Mora '16 won this year's Audience Award for her film Disorder. (Photos by Kelsey Davis '14)

April 01, 2014

Nineteen student films were featured at the 14th Annual Emerson College Film Festival in the Bright Family Screening Room of the Paramount Center on March 30.

The eight-hour festival was divided into three parts. Homeworlds featured four student films exploring issues of home and family. Outerworlds was a selection of six student films about other worlds and states of being. And Interworlds featured nine dramatic shorts by students that explore the nature of our interpersonal relationships.

Pamela Mora ’16 received a $1,000 check as part of the Audience Award prize. The check was presented by Daniel Berube ’89, founder of the Boston Final Cut Pro User Group (BOSCPUG).

This year, select student films will be submitted to the short film corner of the Cannes Film Festival. Additional films will be selected by staff, faculty, and alumni to be submitted to the Los Angeles Showcase in October.

The event was coordinated by the Department of Visual and Media Arts.