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2 UCF Student Films In Running For Best On Campus
By Douglas Lorah
Recently, UCF Students Alexander Bornstein and Bryce Hudson shot a short film, The Roman, utilizing local pro talent and crew.
"The Roman" and its director have now been selected as one of the Top 25 Filmmakers by MTV's Best Filmmaker on Campus Contest.
Also, the twin brothers James and Robert Dastoli are in the running with their short comedy film Equal Justice.
The next round is the Final 5, but these local student filmmakers need support. To vote for your favorite, just use the links provided below. There is no need to register. The deadline for voting is April 15th.
Alexander Bornstein's The Roman: http://www.bestfilmoncampus.com/filmmaker/default.aspx?filmmakerID=464
Robert Dastoli's Equal Justice: http://www.bestfilmoncampus.com/filmmaker/default.aspx?filmmakerID=12
And here's how it goes after the Top 25...
All Top 5 finalists will attend the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City and have their film shown at a festival screening on Thursday, April 26th.
In addition, the Final 5 will compete against each other and 1 winner will emerge, be crowned the Best Filmmaker on Campus and receive...
A trip to the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles
A Golden Popcorn statue naming them The Best Filmmaker on Campus 07 and
A development deal with MTV Films worth up to $25,000