’Up in the Air’ Wins 168 Project Honors

The 168 Project tasks filmmakers and their crews to make short films during a one-week window. Topics are based on Bible verses drawn at random by producers based on a broad theme. This year’s theme was “Family Business,” opening the door to a myriad of topics relating to families.

“Up in the Air” won Best Film and Best Scriptural Integration on the part of director Wes Llewellyn. It won a total of six awards during the festival.

A clip reel of festival highlights is available at: http://www.168project.com/

Winners of the filmmaking competition were:

Best Scriptural Integration: “Up in the Air” by Wes Llewellyn

Best Film: “Up in the Air” by Chris Robets, Doug Folsom and Wes Llewellyn

Best Comedy: “Love is Good” by Theo Love

Best International Film: “Umnscripted” by Jonathan Brown, Jackie Sheppard and Luke Walton

Best Unlimited Documentary: “Wheelchair Angel” by Don Maynard

Best Director: “Saving Levi” by Randy Argue

Best Actor: “Still Born”: Todd Terry

Best Actress: “Still Born”: Liz Cardenas

Best Supporting Actor: “Up in the Air”: Lonnie Colon

Best Supporting Actress: “Unscripted”: Rachel Wilcok

Best Screenplay – Drama: “Unscripted”: Nigel Forde

Best Screenplay – Comedy: “Putting the Ash Behind You”: Mark Blitch

Best Cinematography: “Up in the Air”: Brandon Lippard

Best Editor: “Up in the Air”: Chris Witt

Best Sound Design: “Up in the Air”: Jerrold Launer, Martin Kittappa

Best Original Score: “Saving Levi”: Bryan Miller

Best Production Design: “Saving Levi”: Chris Tornow

Best Behind the Scenes Documentary: “Unscripted”: Fionn Watts, Colin Pringle

 

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