Presented by FTVM's student organization FVSA (Film and Video Student Association), the Lightworks Festival provides a venue for students to present their end-of-term production coursework to classmates, family, and friends. Fall Term 2019 Lightworks Festival winners are listed below. 


BestA Woodland Walk - directed by Caitlin McCoy

Runner-up: Does the Moon Have Feelings - directed by Harry Bogle


Best: X-Marks - cinematographer, Adam Rarey

Runner-up: I Don't believe in Ghosts - cinematographer, Colin Farmer


Best: Hidden in Plain Sight - directed by Ariel Berman

Runner-up: Does the Moon Have Feelings - directed by Harry Bogle


BestThe Matriarch - directed by Sam Allen, Michael Chuldzinski, and Grace Kay

Runner-up: The Hunt - directed Henry Lu


BestX-Marks - editor, Adam Rarey

Runner-upYellow/Red - editor, Aaron Meissner 


BestI Don't Believe In Ghosts - directed by Colin Farmer

Runner-up: Coca-Cola For President - directed by Mitchell Salley

Original Score

BestYellow/Red - original score by Aaron Meissner, Seth Weyand, and John Williams

Runner-up: - 1 W@y Crazy - original score by Joseph Schmidt

FTVM Judges' Honorable Mentions

Mary Lou Chlipala, Asst. to the Chair - Impulse Ann Arbor - directed by Jordan Stanton

Vincent Longo, PhD Candidate -  Acanthus - directed by Adam Rarey

Paul Sutherland, Media Technician - Muse - directed by Charlotte Beggs