Winners for the 2008 Carolina Film and Video Festival presented by the Department of Broadcasting and Cinema February 20-23 have been announced.

Edward Tyndall, a graduate student in film and video production in the Department of Broadcasting and Cinema, won the $250 Screenwriting Award for “Jack of Diamonds.” In April, Tyndall’s film “Deconfliction” will be shown at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival.

Adem Weldon, also graduate student in the Department of Broadcasting and Cinema, received the $125 UNCG Student Award for “Some Apologies.”

Other winners are:

• Bill Arnold North Carolina Film Awards: “The Outlaw Lewis Redmond” by Neal Hutcheson and “Bolt” by Joey Ingram and Josh Mahan

• Documentary Award: “Bill Gottlieb: “Riffs” by Bill Hart

• Independent Narrative: “Partially True Tales of High Adventure” by Murphy Gilson

• Independent Experimental/Animation: “Mugs” by Ronnie Cramer

• Student Experimental/Animation: “Kujira” by Reiko Murakamim

• Albert Ahler High School Awards: “Evolution” by Rebecca Potts, “Stairwell” by Zach Romeo and Eric Perini and “Ping Pong” by James Hodgens

• Kodak Cinematography Award: “China” by Jacob Hatley

• CineFilm Award for Direction: “Absolute Zero” by Alan Woodruff

• Fauxharmonic Orchestra Award for Best Original Score: “China” by Jacob Hatley with score by Daryl White