This past Friday, the Huronia Museum hosted its 48-Hour Film Challenge screening. Three teams participated in the challenge on the weekend of November 19, during which they had to make a movie, according to a secret list of criteria, in only two days.
Three judges chose the winners. Nate Lacroix of Kunuhd.com, a video production company based in Huronia, Alison Broverman, arts writer and host of Popcorn Panel for the National Post, and Paul Harding of PostWhatever.com.
Congratulations to our winners:
Cohort G Productions – B Channel’s Coverage of the 2010 Orillia Santa Claus Parade
Best Film, Achievement in the Field of Awesomeness
MINDMEDIAWORKS – Civic Pride
Achievement in the Field of Awesomness
Squirrel Pie – A Midland Life Crisis
Best Performance, Achievement in the Field of Awesomness