Sept 9, 2019 – The 18th annual 24-Hour Video Race concluded August 23rd, 2019, with teams congregating at the Angelika Film Center—Dallas for their final verdict. To memorialize Joel Rosenzweig, a filmmaker, and educator, Video Association of Dallas added a new award for the student divisions; Joel’s widow, Joan Rosenzweig, determined the Storytelling Award.
This year, participants were required to include these elements into their short:
Prop: Any writing instrument
Location: Coffee Shop (interior or exterior)
Line of Dialogue: A line from Shakespeare
ADDITIONAL ELEMENT: Something Biodegradable
The elements video was presented on Friday night, August 23rd at 11:50 pm:
And, with a drumroll, here are the teams who crossed the finish line and placed in their categories.
2nd Place –The Boys from Parish Episcopal School
16mm (11th and 12th grades) 1st Place:A Soul in Agony – Booker T Washington HSPVA
Animal House Division (College) 1st Place:
Family 1st Place:
Assume Motion Arts – HUMANS
Vic’s First Day @RawLemonChannel 3rd Place:
Minor Motion Pictures
Congratulations to all of our winners and a big thank you to our judges:
Video Association of Dallas expresses extreme gratitude for the support of our sponsors and their generous contributions.
Jersey Mikes on Greenville
Joel Rosenzweig Storytelling Award Sponsor:
16 MM Division Sponsor:
Family Divison Sponsor:
And big thanks to our Projectionist (and former Video Race Winner) Christian Vasques and Adam Conway and the rest of the Angelika Film Center Dallas staff, and John “Doc” Strange of Selig Film News.