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The 20 student finalists in this year's 10-10-10 competition gather for a group shot moments after being matched together into scriptwriter-filmmaker pairs.

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The 20 student finalists in this year's 10-10-10 competition gather for a group shot moments after being matched together into scriptwriter-filmmaker pairs.


10-10-10 Teams Revealed

Young Filmmakers Involved in SBIFF’s Student Challenge Get Paired Up


And you thought they were kidding when they said it would be random.

For the 20 student filmmakers and scriptwriters selected to compete in this year’s SBIFF 10-10-10 competition, the wait to begin work finally ended as each of the 10 filmmakers wiggled a hand around in a wineglass full of slips of paper and withdrew a screenwriter’s name. For the next 10 days, each pair will rush to produce a 10-minute film to be shown and judged at the end of the festival. While the scriptwriters have been working with a so-called “industry professional” on their scripts for the last several months, they weren’t matched with their filmmaker until today — and the clock’s already ticking.

The filmmaker-screenwriter partnerships are as follows:

HIGH SCHOOL

Marz Miller (Santa Barbara High School) & Cameron Platt (Laguna Blanca)

Ally Shiras (San Marcos High School) & Aija Mayrock (Laguna Blanca)

Tate Larrick (Santa Barbara High School) & Wyatt Krutsch (Dunn High School)

Jorge Flores (San Marcos High School) & Jillian Fisher (San Marcos High School)

Patrick Alcerro (Anacapa School) & Leanne Sturman (San Marcos High School)



COLLEGE

Tony Ung (UCSB) & Chris Villegas (Brooks Institute)

Brent Rumble (Brooks Institute) & Katherine Waskul (UCSB)

Keith Odett (SBCC) & Brittany Carriger (UCSB)

Matthew Oquendo (UCSB) & Mary Jane Johnson (SBCC)

Joshua Shimmin (Brooks Institute) & Kevin Torres (SBCC)

Avery Hardy will be spending one day with each of the 10-10-10 filmmakers and reporting on it for Independent.com.

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