Angelus On The Road
2012 CALL FOR ENTRIES: Stay Tuned!
Max Zähle - Oscar Nomination!
CONGRATULATIONS MAX ZAHLE -- OSCAR NOMINEE FOR RAJU2011 Angelus grand prize winner has been nominated for an Oscar! 4th nominee in a row for ANGLEUS!!! The Journey Begins Here...
Max and Angelus team celebrate the Oscar nomination
Angelus Filmmakers in London 2011
DESTIN DANIEL CRETTON (Deacon's Mondays, 2008 Angelus winner) - Feature accepted at Sundance 2012 - "I am not a Hipster"
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STEPHEN NEARY (Chicken Cowboy, Big foot's Eulogy - 2 time Angelus finalist/honorable mention) - Animated short accepted at Sundance 2012 - "Dr. Breakfast"
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Angelus Inspires Future FilmmakersThe Angelus Student Film Festival will be taking part in a two-day in depth discussion on the "Splendor"of short film. The event is being hosted by Galileo Studio at Azusa Pacific University on the weekend of December 2. Angelus alumni are part of a panel, which will delve into the how-to’s of producing a short film.
Angelus Alums, Gregg Helvey, Kavi, and Oscar winner Luke Matheny, God of Love, and Barbara Stapansky, Trojan Cow, will be part of the panel discussion on Saturday. Family Theater Production’s Communications and Media manager, John Monahan, will moderate the panel.
Simon Egan agrees to join the 2012 Angelus Jury11/04/11 - In October, Angelus filmmakers and staff were in London due to the generosity of The Peter Glenville Foundation. Angelus films screened in four venues; London Film School, Ravensbourne University, London Film Academy and Holy Trinity Brompton. While across the pond, Simon met with Angelus filmmakers and crew for an afternoon in his office. Simon then joined the group for lunch where he advised Angelus filmmakers on their careers.
Monika Moreno, Director of the Angelus Student Film Festival said, "It was an exciting day! To have a producer of that caliber spend so much time with us and then share his expertise was incredible! The winners of Angelus were inspired by Simon's genuine interest in their careers and thankful for his great advice."
Angelus in London 2011
Film Responsibly - Jon Cipiti's Brain
Film Responsibly - Animal Farm
Film Responsibly - Part II
This message brought to you by the Angelus Student Film Festival because friends don’t let friends film irresponsibly.
Oscar News from Angelus!
Celebrating at Angelus Headquarters!
LUKE MATHENY, director of GOD OF LOVE, captured the ACADEMY AWARD for Best Live Action Short. Crazy! (But if you think we’re excited, you should talk to his mother.)
Now the whole world knows what we already knew, Luke Matheny is a rock star.
GOD OF LOVE won the Angelus grand prize, 2010 Patrick Peyton Award for Excellence in Filmmaking last September. And then at the Sundance Film Festival via Windrider Forum, Priddy Brothers and Angelus, at the break of dawn, Luke found out he was nominated. It has been a wild ride since for Luke, his amazing producers, family and crew.
Angelus at Sundance, 2011
Interview with Khen Salem recipient of the PATRICK PEYTON EXCELLENCE IN FILMMAKING AWARD for On The Road To Tel-Aviv (Florida State University Film School)
Paul McGill, who plays “Kevin” in the new movie Fame, talks about the importance of human relationships in the films of the Angelus Film Festival.
Monika Moreno, Director of the Angelus Student Film Festival, talks about the mission of Angelus, and how it has grown worldwide.
Two lost lovers of film search for the ever elusive Sundance Film Festival.
The Rocket Man, an Angelus live-action finalist, was named Best Canadian Short at the Okanagan International Film Festival and has screened at the Bridge Fest in Bosnia, the Mississauga Independent Film Festival and the Bay Street Film Festival.
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- Family Theater Productions
- Priddy Brothers
- California Pizza Kitchen
- Mole- Richardson
- Final Draft
- Full Circle Exchange
Thank you to the Peter Glenville Foundation for their support of the Angelus Student Film Festival