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Faculty and students of the Sedona Film School pose for a class photo at the end of the SFS Pinnacle Awards on Sunday, May 26 (above). The awards capped off a weekend of short films from SFS students past and present at the SFS Shorts Film Festival. Director Jay Fetzer, right, and cinematographer Taylor J. Camarot accept the Best Picture award for the film “Shaken” (below). The film follows a young James Bond as he seeks revenge for the alleged murder of his parents.Sunday, May 26, marked the end of both the academic year for the Sedona Film School and the school’s 13th annual Shorts Film Festival, and to cap off the weekend and year, the school presented its Pinnacle Awards, recognizing the very best work produced by the SFS class of 2013.

School director Rue presented the awards program, during which trophies were handed out in categories ranging from writing to design to overall film quality, and there was strong competition in every category.

Student Taylor J. Camarot took home three awards for three different films he worked on, reflecting not only his versatility as a filmmaker but also the teamwork that developed between classmates over the course of the school year.

The top film overall was Jay Fetzer’s “Shaken,” a clever tale of revenge that also acts as an unofficial origin story for a well-known agent of Her Majesty’s Secret Service.

For the full story, see the Wednesday, May 29, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.

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