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Ithaca College and CellFlix were highlighted in a piece on Good Morning America Wednesday, January 25. The story was part of the show’s "At the Water Cooler" segment and showcased three of the top 10 films in the first annual CellFlix contest.

CellFlix is the Roy H. Park School of Communication's film festival for work shot entirely on cell phone. More than 175 high school and college students entered the contest, creating 30-second movies in the genre of their choice.

The top 10 films are listed on the ABC News website now, and will also be online for viewing at the CellFlix website later today. The grand prize winner will be chosen from the top 10 and announced on January 30.

The top 10 finalists are:

Brandon Roots
Broken Sounds
New York University

Mike Potter
Ithaca College

Peter Herron
Blind before Yesterday
Moorestown High School, Moorestown, NJ

Sudhanshu Saria
Ithaca College

Brad Gover
Boo Ahh
Graduate of Vancouver Film School

Dylan Luyt
Burst Impressions
Ithaca College

Sam Friedman
Log and Capture
Ithaca College

Forrest Sansom and Bryan Oki
Short Movie
University of Colorado, Boulder, and University of Arizona

Lauren Brady
On Second Thought
East High School, Denver, CO

Johan Paulsen
What If We Had Cell Phones in 1986?

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