And the winners are ...

July 29, 2019 at 12:37 p.m.


And the winners are …

The following films earned top prizes at the Diocese of Trenton’s RE:IMAGE Film Festival, held May 6 in the Algonquin Arts Theater, Manasquan:

 

High School Competition

Best Picture -- "In Human Terms"
By Desmond Confoy and Ryan McGinnis of Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville.
Sponsor of $500 prize:  Video Visions 

Mission Excellence -- "Starving for Attention"
By William Seddon of Beach Haven Park; Gunther Billhardt and Adam Zuzola of Lanoka Harbor, and Giuliana Yandoli and Allie Morris of Hamilton.  
Sponsor of $200 prize: Cristo Para Todos (diocesan Spanish-language television program)

Viewers’ Choice “In Human Terms”
By Desmond Confoy and Ryan McGinnis of Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville.
Sponsor of $100 prize:  Knights of Columbus Council 3231, Sea Girt - Manasquan

 

College & Young Adult Competition

Best Picture -- "Project Hopeful"
By Kelsie Kiley and Grace Johnson from Frankfort, Illinois
Sponsor of $500 prize:  Riverview Studios 

Mission Excellence "God is Good: The Life and Lessons of Father Lorenzo"
By Megan Kugel of MacFarland, Wisconsin
Sponsor of $200 prize:  The Diocese of Trenton’s Department of Youth, Marriage and Family Life

Viewers’ Choice  -- “Shake, Rattle and Roll”
By Jessica Landolfi, Princeton
Sponsor of $100 prize:  Stephen’s Furs and Leather and more

 

General Competition

Best Picture -- "Mato Oput"
By Tim Guthrie, John O'Keefe and Carol Zuegner from Omaha, Nebraska
Sponsor of $500 prize:  The Monitor

Mission Excellence -- "Kevin's Journey of Hope"
By Joan Kret of Middletown
Sponsor of $200 prize:  The Catholic Corner (diocesan television program)

Viewers’ Choice – “Children of Terror”
By Gina Grosso and Shawn Kildea of Rider University, Lawrenceville
Sponsor of $100 prize:  Hold The Light, religious gift shop

Awards of Distinction

Artistic Merit “Hide and Seek”
By Aminder Dhaliwal, Burbank, Calif.

Best Writing “Are We Listening”
By Andrew Sensenig, Carrollton, Texas

Best Editing “Fixated”
By Josh Therriault, Bristol, Conn.

Best Cinematography --  “Mato Oput”
By Tim Guthrie, John O'Keefe and Carol Zuegner from Omaha, Nebraska

Best Acting Ryan McGinnis, “In Human Terms”
McGinnis is a Notre Dame High School student, Lawrenceville

Best Music “Kevin’s Journey of Hope”
By Joan Kret, Middletown

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And the winners are …

The following films earned top prizes at the Diocese of Trenton’s RE:IMAGE Film Festival, held May 6 in the Algonquin Arts Theater, Manasquan:

 

High School Competition

Best Picture -- "In Human Terms"
By Desmond Confoy and Ryan McGinnis of Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville.
Sponsor of $500 prize:  Video Visions 

Mission Excellence -- "Starving for Attention"
By William Seddon of Beach Haven Park; Gunther Billhardt and Adam Zuzola of Lanoka Harbor, and Giuliana Yandoli and Allie Morris of Hamilton.  
Sponsor of $200 prize: Cristo Para Todos (diocesan Spanish-language television program)

Viewers’ Choice “In Human Terms”
By Desmond Confoy and Ryan McGinnis of Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville.
Sponsor of $100 prize:  Knights of Columbus Council 3231, Sea Girt - Manasquan

 

College & Young Adult Competition

Best Picture -- "Project Hopeful"
By Kelsie Kiley and Grace Johnson from Frankfort, Illinois
Sponsor of $500 prize:  Riverview Studios 

Mission Excellence "God is Good: The Life and Lessons of Father Lorenzo"
By Megan Kugel of MacFarland, Wisconsin
Sponsor of $200 prize:  The Diocese of Trenton’s Department of Youth, Marriage and Family Life

Viewers’ Choice  -- “Shake, Rattle and Roll”
By Jessica Landolfi, Princeton
Sponsor of $100 prize:  Stephen’s Furs and Leather and more

 

General Competition

Best Picture -- "Mato Oput"
By Tim Guthrie, John O'Keefe and Carol Zuegner from Omaha, Nebraska
Sponsor of $500 prize:  The Monitor

Mission Excellence -- "Kevin's Journey of Hope"
By Joan Kret of Middletown
Sponsor of $200 prize:  The Catholic Corner (diocesan television program)

Viewers’ Choice – “Children of Terror”
By Gina Grosso and Shawn Kildea of Rider University, Lawrenceville
Sponsor of $100 prize:  Hold The Light, religious gift shop

Awards of Distinction

Artistic Merit “Hide and Seek”
By Aminder Dhaliwal, Burbank, Calif.

Best Writing “Are We Listening”
By Andrew Sensenig, Carrollton, Texas

Best Editing “Fixated”
By Josh Therriault, Bristol, Conn.

Best Cinematography --  “Mato Oput”
By Tim Guthrie, John O'Keefe and Carol Zuegner from Omaha, Nebraska

Best Acting Ryan McGinnis, “In Human Terms”
McGinnis is a Notre Dame High School student, Lawrenceville

Best Music “Kevin’s Journey of Hope”
By Joan Kret, Middletown

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