3rd Year Student Alfonso Herrera on the set of "Lefty/Righty" with the director, 3rd Year Student Max Walker-Silverman
Alfonso Herrera Salcedo, a third year student in Graduate Film, was awarded the prestigious Kodak Vision Award this week. The award honors students who demonstrate exemplary skills and creativity in the art of motion pictures. To qualify for this award, a minimum of 50 percent of the submission was required to be shot on film. Herrera received the KODAK Student Scholarship Program 2018 Cinematography Vision Award for his work as director of photography on Lefty/Righty, a second year film by third year student, Max Walker-Silverman. Herrera shot the film on 16mm.
The winners of the award were chosen by a panel of judges that included renowned cinematographer Robert Elswit; Vanessa Bendetti, Global Managing Director, Kodak Motion Picture and Entertainment; Norman Hollyn, President, University Film and Video Foundation (UFVF) and a panel of film educators from the University of Film and Video Foundation (UFVF).