AtomFilms announced today at Sundance the winners of its Intel Indies Film Contest. According to AtomFilms, the theme of this year's contest challenged filmmakers to "create films that imagine what could be transformed with the touch of a magic wand. Nicholas J. Worthey received the grand prize for his animated work "The Wand," about an alien magic wand. First-prize winners were Alan Poon for "Lord of the Mop," in which a janitor discovers the magic in a conductor's wand, and Kiyong Kim for "Edit Love," a romantic comedy about a man practicing pick-up lines. These winning shorts can be seen at the contest Web site. [M.L. Liu]