Student Academy Awards

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Student Academy Awards
Awarded forExcellence in cinematic achievements
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
First awardedDecember 20, 1973; 45 years ago (1973-12-20) (as Student Film Awards)
Websiteoscars.org/saa

The Student Academy Awards is the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' annual competition for college and university filmmakers.[1][2]

The awards were originally named the Student Film Awards and were first presented in 1973. Since 1975, the awards have been given annually, usually in June. The current name was adopted effective in 1991.

The awards offer prizes in four categories: alternative (experimental film), animation, documentary, and narrative. Gold, silver, and bronze awards may be given in each category, with accompanying cash grants of $5,000, $3,000, and $2,000, respectively, as of 2005. Since 1981, a separate award has been given annually to a student filmmaker from outside the United States.

Several award winners have gone on to significant achievement as filmmakers, including Robert Zemeckis, Bob Saget, Spike Lee, Trey Parker, Pete Docter and John Lasseter. Some of the award-winning student films have themselves been nominated for and/or won the Academy Award in the short film categories, including Chicks in White Satin, The Janitor, Karl Hess: Toward Liberty, The Lunch Date, 9, Quiero ser (I Want to Be...), The Red Jacket, On the Line (Auf der Strecke), God of Love and The Confession.

To extend the impact and honor beyond the competition, a compilation presentation of the gold medal award-winning films is circulated each year free of charge to educational and non-profit organizations nationwide.

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Winners[edit]

1970s[edit]

1st Annual Student Film Awards – December 20, 1973[edit]

2nd Annual Student Film Awards – July 1, 1975[edit]

3rd Annual Student Film Awards – June 23, 1976[edit]

4th Annual Student Film Awards – May 22, 1977[edit]

5th Annual Student Film Awards – May 21, 1978[edit]

6th Annual Student Film Awards – June 3, 1979[edit]

1980s[edit]

7th Annual Student Film Awards – June 8, 1980[edit]

8th Annual Student Film Awards – June 7, 1981[edit]

9th Annual Student Film Awards – June 6, 1982[edit]

10th Annual Student Film Awards – June 5, 1983[edit]

11th Annual Student Film Awards – June 10, 1984[edit]

12th Annual Student Film Awards – June 16, 1985[edit]

13th Annual Student Film Awards – June 8, 1986[edit]

14th Annual Student Film Awards – June 7, 1987[edit]

15th Annual Student Film Awards – June 12, 1988[edit]

16th Annual Student Film Awards – June 11, 1989[edit]

1990s[edit]

17th Annual Student Film Awards – June 10, 1990[edit]

18th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 9, 1991[edit]

19th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 14, 1992[edit]

20th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 13, 1993[edit]

21st Annual Student Academy Awards – June 12, 1994[edit]

22nd Annual Student Academy Awards – June 11, 1995[edit]

23rd Annual Student Academy Awards – June 9, 1996[edit]

24th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 8, 1997[edit]

25th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 14, 1998[edit]

26th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 13, 1999[edit]

2000s[edit]

27th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 11, 2000[edit]

28th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 10, 2001[edit]

29th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 9, 2002[edit]

30th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 8, 2003[edit]

31st Annual Student Academy Awards – June 13, 2004[edit]

32nd Annual Student Academy Awards – June 12, 2005[edit]

33rd Annual Student Academy Awards – June 10, 2006[edit]

34th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 9, 2007[edit]

35th Annual Student Academy Awards – June 7, 2008[edit]

36th Annual Student Film Awards – June 13, 2009[edit]

2010s[edit]

37th Annual Student Film Awards – June 12, 2010[edit]

38th Annual Student Film Awards – June 11, 2011[edit]

39th Annual Student Film Awards – June 9, 2012[edit]

40th Annual Student Film Awards – June 8, 2013[edit]

41st Annual Student Film Awards – June 6, 2014[edit]

42nd Annual Student Film Awards – September 17, 2015[edit]

43rd Annual Student Film Awards – September 22, 2016[edit]

Year Award Winners Nominees Ref.
2016
Alternative [14][15]
Animation
Documentary
Narrative
Foreign Narrative
Foreign Animation
Foreign Documentary

44th Annual Student Film Awards – October 12, 2017[edit]

Year Category Award Winners Nominees Ref.
2017
Domestic Film Schools Alternative [16][17]
Animation
Documentary
Narrative
International Film Schools Animation
Documentary
Narrative

45th Annual Student Film Awards – October 11, 2018[edit]

Year Category Award Winners Nominees Ref.
2018
Domestic Film Schools Alternative
  • Gold:
    Reanimated – Shae Demandt (Florida State University)
  • Transient Passengers (Experiment Number NÜN) – Natalia Hermida (Chapman University)
  • Emunah – Sang Hyoun Han (School of Visual Arts)
[18][19]
Animation
Documentary
Narrative
  • Bini – Erblin Nushi (George Mason University)
  • Empty Skies – Wenting Deng and Luke Fisher (Ohio University)
  • June – Huay-Bing Law (University of Texas at Austin)
  • Masks – Mahaliyah Ayla O (University of Southern California)
  • Mid City Blue – Kristopher D Wilson (University of California - Los Angeles)
International Film Schools Animation
  • Gold:
    The Green Bird – Pierre Perveyrie, Maximilien Bougeous, Marine Goalard, Irina Nguyen-Duc, and Quentin Dubois
  • A Blink of an Eye – Kiana Naghshineh (Filmakademie Baden-Wurttemberg)
  • L'Aviatrice – Jacques Leyreloup, Victor Tolila, Perrine Renard, Laura Viver Canal and Gael Chauvet (ESMA)
  • Meli-Metro – Alexandre Blain, Lucas Germain, Christophe Gigot, Jade Guilbault, Andreas Muller and Simon Puculek (ESMA)
Documentary
  • Gold:
    Nomadic Doctor – Mart Bira (University of Hertfordshire)
  • F32.2 – Annelie Boros (University of Television and Film Munich)
  • Tracing Addai – Esther Niemeier (Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf)
Narrative
  • Gold:
    Get Ready With Me – Jonatan Etzler, (Stockholm Academy of the Arts)
  • Silver:
    Almost Everything – Jan-Eric Mack, (Zurich University of the Arts, Switzerland)
  • Bronze:
    A Siege – Istvan Kovacs, (University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest)
  • Touch Me – Eileen Byrne, (Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München
  • August Sun – Franco Volpi (London Film School
  • Dead Birds – Johnny Kenton (National Film and Television School)
  • Sons of No One – Alan Toth (LUCA School of Arts)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The New York Times
  2. ^ Los Angeles Times
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs1q6JL8JbI
  4. ^ https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=aQr9H3lb27A
  5. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NCkBF4_NAI
  6. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfD5s21aabo
  7. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peylQKrR8uA
  8. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYI3MPVYyco
  9. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGyE4d2dG34
  10. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyRDoc63fSY
  11. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bJuqPL17as
  12. ^ https://vimeo.com/61155936
  13. ^ http://deadline.com/2015/09/student-academy-awards-2015-winners-list-1201533243/
  14. ^ "2016 STUDENT ACADEMY AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED - Congratulations to our new Student Academy Awards finalists! See the full list below. Keep checking back to Oscars.org to find out the winners and get more information about our awards ceremony on September 22, 2016". Academy. August 1, 2016. Retrieved August 2, 2016.
  15. ^ "ACADEMY REVEALS 2016 STUDENT ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS". 2016-08-29. Retrieved 2016-08-30.
  16. ^ "2017 Student Academy Awards finalist". Academy. August 10, 2017. Retrieved August 25, 2016.
  17. ^ "2017 Student Academy Award winners". 2017-10-12. Retrieved 2017-10-19.
  18. ^ "Meet the 2018 Student Academy Awards Finalists". Oscars.org | Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 2018-08-12. Retrieved 2018-10-17.
  19. ^ "45th Student Academy Awards | 2018". Oscars.org | Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Retrieved 2018-10-17.

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