The Silver Fox Awards
"Good evening and welcome..."
The Silver Fox Awards is a digital video festival and awards ceremony held on the last weekend of the academic year. Created by Marist professor Jeff Bass, the festival showcases the best student video works of the year. Projects in several categories are nominated and screened, with winners selected by ballot. Over the years, hundreds of students have had their work shown at the Silver Fox Awards, and dozens have taken home trophies.
Categories include narrative film, documentary film, music videos, commercials/PSAs, and movie trailers. There is also an annual Silver Fox Award for Distinguished Service.
Winners receive a handsome, personalized acrylic trophy. At left, Yelesah Hasely accepts her Silver Fox.
The program often includes entertainment such as musical numbers and comedy sketches. Above, the Marist Dance Ensemble performs.
Marist faculty and staff serve as judges and presenters for the Silver Fox Awards. Below, Dr. Sue Lawrence, Chair of the Media Arts Department, presents the Silver Fox for Best Documentary to Matthew Wilk.
The ceremony is held in the College's newly-renovated Nelly Goletti Theatre
See award-winning entries from past Silver Fox Awards shows