(Las Cruces) Film Las Cruces is excited to announce the finalists of the At Home! Movie Contest. Members of the public are invited to select the “Best of Show” winner. You can view and vote for your favorite film at: www.filmlascruces.com/at-home-movie-contest-audience-vote/
Twenty One films were submitted for the contest from a wide array of local participants including some collaboration from as far away as Sri Lanka and England. The Best of Show Winner will be selected by the public from the winners of the individual contest categories.
Best Short Film - “Ring Ring” submitted by David Salcido https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsYQGul7oI0
Best Public Service Announcement - “Stay Connected” submitted by Arianna Mosley & Desiree Ramos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0exkwh_6BAA
Best Family Film - “Les Misérables” submitted by Lori Cleveland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ck8_mOcrMDo
Best of Under 18 - “Wired: A Quarantine Story” submitted by Jair Garcia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoWHVS3a5OU
Best of Under 18 Honorable Mention - “The Light” submitted by Kendra van Doorn https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uairb9IRkEQ
"We had some great entries for the Contest and it was fun looking at the movies people came up with. Doña Ana County’s creativity was on full display and now it’s up the public to help us choose a winner,” said Don Gray, Director of the Las Cruces and Doña Ana County Film Office.
The competition was stiff and it was difficult to choose the finalists. This type of creative community engagement is something Film Las Cruces promises more of in the future. Out of the twenty one entries received, eleven of them came from LCPS students.
“Creative talent is alive and flourishing in our community and it’s great to see them taking advantage of opportunities like this,” said Chris Sheppard, Operations Coordinator for Film Las Cruces.
Film Las Cruces plans to upload all of the entries to their website once the contest is completed. Stay Tuned!