Salt Lake Community College students put their filmmaking skills on display for the 8th annual SLCCSA Film Festival.
This year SLCC students submitted a total of 22 films in six different categories — documentary, drama, music video, commercial, comedy and action/suspense/horror.
“It’s awesome that students are willing to put their voice out there for [everyone] to see. I thought most of the films were great,” says Brad Bennion, an SLCC student.
One of those students, Angela Rosales Challis, submitted two videos for the festival.
This is the third year Challis has entered the festival.
Challis left her native Bolivia in 1999 and received a bachelor’s degree from BYU in art with an emphasis in dance education. She entered the film technician program at SLCC in 2012.
She graduated from SLCC in 2014 with a film technician degree and will start her graduate work at the University of Utah this fall.
Voting for the festival took place online April 13-17. Winners will be announced Tuesday, April 28.