By: 1808Delaware Staff; Columbus Film Commission

Some weeks back we shared a post about the Stuck at Home Film Contest hosted by the Columbus Film Commission.

Delaware County filmmakers, along with those from other counties surrounding Franklin county, were eligible to enter. Cash prizes were available as a means to assist budding filmmakers who have seen an impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Commission has now shared a list of winners. Even better, the link below will allow you to see not only the successful entires, but all of those that applied.

SHORT FILMS (60 seconds to 5 minutes)
Winner: “Quarantine Treasure” by Zuri Clarno
Frist Runner-Up: “Alvin the Alien” by Michelle Capstone
Second Runner-Up: “COVID Conversations” by Donte Woods-Spikes

SHORTER SHORTS (up to 60 seconds)
Winner: “Working From Home — The Real Story” by Shaun Brown
First Runner-Up: “Hoarding” by Andrew
Second Runner-Up: “Happy Pets” by Andrew Haraburda

Winning films can be viewed here.
All submissions can be viewed here.

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