Kingman Filmmaker’s Train Documentary wins grand prize at MCC Flash Film Festival


Flash Film Festival Winner 2022
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BULLHEAD CITY — A Kingman filmmaker who created a short documentary about the historic railroad through the city, won the $500 grand prize at the Mohave Community College Bullhead City Student Arts Club’s 2nd Annual Flash Film Festival.

The event was created by the arts club last year to bring local filmmakers together and highlight filmmaking in northwestern Arizona.

The festival awards ceremony emcees were Hollywood Actor/Producer and MCC Alumnus Seamus Dever, and former Student Arts Club President Charles McCune, who is also a co-founder of the college festival.

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Check back here later for links to the winning videos.

Best Documentary & Grand Prize Winner

Historic Railroad Town by Timothy W. Webb

Best Drama:

Acceptance by Joe Ketchum

Best Horror:

Gemini by Adam Romano

Best Comedy/Musical:

Do Not Film Me, I Do Not Consent by Dr. Jennifer Woolston

Flash Film Festival Winner 2022

MCC’s Second Annual Flash Film Festival was held at the Mohave Community College Bullhead City campus. In photo, from left-right, are Dr. Stacy Klippenstein, MCC president; Charles McCune, event co-founder and MCC alumnus; Timothy W. Webb, Film Festival grand prize winner; Seamus Dever, Hollywood Actor/Producer and MCC alumnus; and Jacob Crawford, MCC Bullhead City Student Arts Club advisor