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Mountain Mailbag

Edited by Ryan Graff

Student filmfest winners

Though the Valley-wide Student Filmfest had many entrants, a few films rose to the top. And the winners are:

– Audience favorite Friday night ” “Never Trust a Toaster,” Larkin Flynn, Aspen High School

– Audience favorite Saturday night ” “In My Shoes,” Mrs. Moya’s E.L.L. Class, Basalt High School

– Best Documentary ” “Missing,” Teal Hoffman and Diane Nystrom, Yampah Mountain High School

– Best Drama ” “Never Trust a Toaster,” Larkin Flynn, Aspen High School

– Best Comedy ” “Radical,” John Chao, Hunter Shaw and Chris Kelly, Colorado Rocky Mountain School

– Best Action ” “Gangs of Colorado,” Ben Guska, Glenwood Springs High School

– Best Artistic ” “Are You Ugly?”, Daniela Luzi, Basalt High School

– Best Animation ” “Star Wars: The Phantom,” J.R. Galardi, Henry Dodderidge, and Loren Lujar, Aspen High School

– Rising Star ” “Deathful,” Autumn Caughern and Matt Hobbs, Basalt High School

– Grand Prize ” “Inevitable,” Taylor Gillman, Katie Pedersen, Javier Garcia, Felix Pacheco and Darcy Shimer, Basalt High School.

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