WMCA's film, "Face the Melody," won the Audience Award for Best Short Film at Film Prize Junior, a high school film festival for students from across Louisiana.
The 2020 edition of Film Prize Junior broke the previous records, with a total of 24 films submitted from 15 schools. Over 900 votes were cast from across the country to determine the Audience Choice Award, which is also a new record. "Face the Melody" was selected by the voters to receive the Audience Choice Award for Best Short Film.
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Film Prize Junior is the high school version of the Film Prize Foundation’s flagship festival, Louisiana Film Prize. It is open to high school students aged 14-18 across the state of Louisiana. The competition was created by Tobias Kallenberg, son of Film Prize creator Gregory Kallenberg, and aims to incentivize students to become engaged in a collaborative, multidisciplinary art form of filmmaking and creative entrepreneurship.