Written by Dustin Jenkins.

Second-year H.T.C., B.F.A. student Luke Szabados will show his short film The Rubric Timestamped at two theaters in Richmond, Virginia this Fri., Nov. 7.

Szabados' film will first screen at the Byrd Theater in the afternoon as part of the Direct to Video: 3 program, and it will later play at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art for the James River Film Society's Shorts competition.

**UPDATE**

Congratulations to H.T.C., B.F.A. student Luke Szabados for winning third place in the James River Film Society with his short film The Rubric Timestamped.

2014 James River Short Film Award Winners:

First place $750: Optimist, Pessimist, Solisist, Will Bryan (VA)

Second place $500: What Heavenly Body?, John Hager (VA)

Third place $350: The Rubric Timestamped, Luke Szabados (OH)

Honorable mention $200: In the Dark, MIchael Buchbauer (CA)

Honorable mention $200: Dangerous, Christina O’Connell (VA)

Kathryn Stephens VA Filmmaker Award: Eyes/Desires, Joshua Thorud (VA)

Peoples’ Choice Award (by ballot): Dangerous, Christina O’Connell