HUNTINGTON, Ind. — A film created by Huntington University animation
students has been recognized by a Fort Wayne advertising competition.
“What Remains,” a senior film
project by 2011 graduates, won a silver award at 2012 Fort Wayne American Advertising Federation’s Addy Awards on Feb. 19. It was the only student animation to do so in the entire ceremony. HU hopes to become a college member AAF by fall 2012.
“What Remains” tells the story of a lone survivor on Earth scavenging the ruins of his civilization, desperate to find other survivors.
“What Remains” was recognized in 2011 when it was chosen for screening at the 28th annual Chicago International Children’s Film Festival.
The film was created by Andrew Martin, a 2011 animation and computer science
graduate from Eaton, Ohio; Chad Bierdeman, a 2011 animation graduate from Albion, N.Y.; Pete Molinero, a 2011 animation graduate from Potsdam, N.Y.; Joel Bullis, a 2011 animation graduate from Bel Air, Md.; Drew Vosburg, a 2011 animation graduate from Anderson, Ind.; and Jesse Nelson, a 2011 animation graduate from Gladstone, Mo.
See the film online at www.whatremainsthefilm.com