April 10, 2018
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Many great films were submitted for this year’s Concordia Comedy Festival. The finalists’ films will be shown on the big screen at 7 p.m. April 20 at the Cinema Center in Downtown Fort Wayne.
The winners will be announced that evening and will receive a GoPro camera. A new “Crowd’s Favorite” Award is being added this year. (Groups will only be awarded one prize.)
The event is free, but tickets are required. Tickets are available in the school office while supplies last.
The finalists are:
- “Don't Do YouTube” by Jeffrey Slack, Concordia junior. Other team members: Michael Slack
- “One to One to One Technology” by Jayden Brown, Carroll High School junior. Other team members: Amelia Cisna
- “Magatha the Hall Monitor” by Hayley Carter, Carroll High School junior. Other team members: Drew Wiltberger
- “Dump Pan Commercial” by Caleb Dahlkamp, Concordia junior. Other team members: Aaron Collins, Zach Adair and David Kujak
- “SuperCart Montage” by Preston Kerlegrand, Concordia senior. Other team members: Mason Wedeven, Conrad Trier and Cameron Bohnke.
- “Extendo Legs - Patent Pending” by Conner Hofmann, Concordia junior. Other team members: Amya Pratt, Cooper Christlieb, Joey Chandler and Jeffrey Dubbelde
- “Where's The Narwhal?” by Caleb Dahlkamp, Concordia junior. Other team members: David Kujak, Aaron Collins and Zach Adair
- “Wanted” by Christopher Jackson, Concordia sophomore
- “Ultimate Freshman Kit” by Andy Klage, Concordia junior
- “A Day In School At Sunshine Preschool” by Evan Droste and Landon Wallace, St. Paul’s Lutheran School eighth graders. Other team members: Emma Houser, Zoe Landmeier, Brendon Seifert and Gavin Guerrero
- “Clone Talk” by Maxwell Park St. Paul's Lutheran School seventh grader
- “Sherlock Holmes - The Later Years” by Maxwell Park St. Paul's Lutheran School seventh grader
- “The Magic Man Returns” by Maxwell Park St. Paul's Lutheran School seventh grader
- “Poosicles” by Maxwell Park St. Paul's Lutheran School seventh grader
- “Spoiler Alert” by Owen McConkey, Concordia Lutheran School eighth grader
To learn more, visit www.ConcordiaComedyFestival.com.
Concordia Lutheran High School, located at 1601 St. Joe River Drive in Fort Wayne, Ind., was founded in 1935 as a private, co-educational Lutheran high school open to students of all faiths and backgrounds. With Christ at the center, Concordia continues to pursue educational excellence that equips individuals for lifelong learning and service as disciples of Jesus Christ. Utilizing the most current technologies and state-of-the-art equipment, Concordia’s Media Arts students participate in a wide variety of projects that will help them develop an understanding of digital media. Students study narrative and documentary filmmaking, commercials, music videos and various forms of digital production. Learn more at www.clhscadets.com.