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Terence Awards for Classics Student Films

The winners of the 2010 Terence Awards have been announced!  The Terence Awards honor excellence in films created by classics students.  You absolutely must take a look at what these talented young classicists have created.  There are two categories for each age level: 1) Best use of Latin in a Film  2) Best Picture.  Many of you who frequent this post will be glad to hear that Dominus Anulorum (The Lord of the Rings) won Best Picture!  If you liked our post on Dominus Anulorum, you will really want to check out these films as well.  You can read the names of the winners for each category and access their films through the eClassics website.

If you have not already done so, be sure to watch the award-winning Dominus Anulorum on this blog site.

Feeling inspired to create a film of your own?  The call-for-submissions for the 2011 Terence Awards will be posted on the eClassics website in September of this year.

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