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May 18, 2013 at 12:16 PM

3 Minute Masterpiece grand prize winners announced

Philip, Ryan and Caleb, three-quarters of the filmmaking team behind "The Last Slice" (taken by Lynn Jacobson).

Philip, Ryan and Caleb, three-quarters of the filmmaking team behind “The Last Slice” (taken by Lynn Jacobson).

Seattle International Film Festival this morning hosted a well-attended public screening of the 11 winners of the 2013 3-Minute Masterpiece digital-film contest.  At the end of the show, four top prize-winners were announced.

Grand prize winner: “The Last Slice,” by Philip Baca, Caleb Melvin, Jason Thompson and Ryan Trudeau

Michael J. Rima youth-filmmaker winner: “Laser Rabbit,” by Matt Wells, with Chase Helgeson (and one evil bunny)

Seattle Times readers’ choice: “Freddie Hits the Pipe,” by Parker Briggs

Special mention for Seattle-centric film: “History Is Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes,” by Eric Pokorny

Thanks to all Seattle Times readers who entered this year’s edition of the contest, and to SIFF, which partners with the Times on this project each year. Watch and share all the winning movies here.

 

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