Filmmaking is a glamorous veneer behind which lie long hours of sweat, toil and anxiety. But when the audience cheers, it is all worth it. The Silver Fox Awards gives student filmmakers a chance to screen their work before a live audience. And at every ceremony, one special film and group of students wins the most prestigious award of the year.
The creative team behind Boy Named Sue accepts the Silver Fox for Best Film of 2014. L to R, lead actor Dan Owen, co-director Nick Craven, screenwriter Kevin O'Donnell, co-director Jacquie Cosgrove, and editor Nick Corso.
Max Jacques writes, directs and stars in 2015's winner for Best Film, Monkey Blues.
The Best Film Silver Fox for 2012 goes to The Arsonist's Affair, a psycho-noir tale of abuse and revenge. Directed by Ryan Rivard with cinematography by Jon O'Sullivan.
2010's Silver Fox winner for Best Film is the original musical, Re-Tuning Education. Watch a clip here. Pictured above, director Mike Caiola, cinematographer Nick Sortino, and actors Mike Cresci and James Rizzi.
Director James Ort, far left, accepts the Silver Fox Award for Best Film of 2009, along with the cast and crew of I Will Be There For You. See an excerpt.