Cat Jahnke Wins Best Original Score - 168 Hour Film Festival
On March 11th, Cat Jahnke won the award for best original score at the Hollywood 168 Hour Film Festival. This festival requires production teams to write, cast, film, score, and edit their film in a mere 168 hours. One of the judges for this prestigious festival was Ralph Winter, producer of Fantastic Four, X-Men, and several other well-known films. Catís competition for this award included Bryan E. Miller (who has created music for Honda, Hyatt, Kodak, and Yamaha among others) and Carl Rydlund (who was the orchestrator on such films as Chocolat, Panic Room, 50 First Dates and many more).