Filmmakers

2013 Winning Films

The Frank Capra Award

Shuffle
Kurt Kuenne – Writer/Director/Producer


Best Drama Short

Incident on Highway 73
Brian Thompson – Director/Producer


Best Drama Feature

Divination
Ben Pohl – Writer/Director/Producer


Best Comedy Short

Uh La La
Isai Escalada/Carlos G. Velasco – Directors/Producers


Best Comedy Feature

The Test
Jeremy Saville – Writer/Director/Producer

Best Music/Musical Short

Incest! The Musical
Grant Reed – Director


Best Music/Musical Feature

A.K.A. Doc Pomus
William Hechter/Peter Miller – Director/Producer


Best Documentary Short

LADDER in the LIONS' DEN
Bernhard Rammerstorfer – Director/Producer


Best Documentary Feature

In the Footsteps of Elie Wiesel
Stephanie Ansaldo – Director


Best Student Film

Letting Go
Cameron MacKenzie – Writer/Director/Producer


Best Animated Short

Can We Be Happy Now
Tahnee Gehm – Writer/Director/Producer


Best Animated Feature

The Case of the Midnight Murderer
Dylan Moore – Writer/Director/Producer

2013 Judges Choice Award

Wolf Call
Rob Underhill – Director/Co-Producer


Note. If no film has been entered ‘and selected’ for a given category, for example
Musical or Comedy Feature, then that award category will not be included.


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2013 Nominated Films

Film Categories AND Candidate Films Displayed in Alphabetical Order–


Best Animated Feature

The Case Of The Midnight Murder
Director: Dylan Moore


Best Animated Short

Can We Be Happy Now
Director: Tahnee Gehm

Fatal Vittles
Director: Devin Bell

Legend Of The Crane
Director: Robert Craghead


Best Comedy Feature

Eagles In The Chicken Coop
Director: Brent Florence

The Test
Director: Jeremy Saville


Best Comedy Short

Uh La La
Director: Isai Escalada - Carlos G. Velasco

Wordless
Director: Laura Gill


Best Documentary Feature

In The Footsteps of Elie Wiesel
Director: Stephanie Ansaldo

  My Glass Odyssey
Director: John Waterman

Pressure Points: Israel, Berkeley And The Divestment Resolution
Director: Anne Paxton

The Sacred Run, The Lotus And The Feather
Director: Andrea Sadler

Threatened: The Controversial Struggle Of The Southern Sea Otter
Director: Bill Wisneski


Best Documentary Short

Angel's Reach
Director: Al Germani

Gastaldi - Art + Soul
Director: Brent Souter

Ladder In The Lion's Den
Director: Bernhard Rammerstorfer/A. Ferenc Gutai


Best Drama Feature

Camp
Director: Jacob Roebuck

Divination
Director: Ben Pohl

The Italian Key
Director: Rosa Karo


Best Drama Short

Brightwood
Director: L. Gabriel Gonda

Incident On Highway 73
Director: Brian Thompson

Shoot The Moon
Director: Alexander Gaeta

Trimbleton
Director: Sebastian Kuehn

Wolf Call
Director: Rob Underhill


Best Music/Musical Feature

A.K.A. Doc Pomus
Director: William Hechter - Peter Miller

Dead Man Rockin'
Director: Michael Monteleone - Roger Tessier


Best Music/Musical Short

Boom Box Kids
Director: Taylor Gledhill

Incest The Musical
Director: Grant Reed


Best Student Film

Found
Director: Anthony Bushman

HomeMade (Tozeret Bait)
Director: Lior Sagi

Letting Go
Director: Cameron MacKenzie

Towing
Director: Wenhwa Ts'ao

Water On Mars
Director:
Chase Smith


Judges Choice Award

(To be selected from one of the Nominations above. The winner will be
announced at the Awards Gala, Sunday, April 7th.)


Note. If no film has been entered ‘and selected’ for a given category, for example
Action, then that award category will not be included.

Nominated recipients are requested to submit a 30-sec Standard-Def QuickTime (.mov) clip
from their film that best represents their entry. These clips will be shown during
the closing Awards Ceremony on Sunday, April 7th.

If Winner Of The Frank Capra Award


Winner of this prestigious award (and only this award) will be announced up to four weeks in advance of the Festival. This allows time for special press coverage, and for winner to make travel arrangements, etc. Winner will receive a check for $1,000 and the Frank Capra Award at the closing Awards Ceremony on Sunday, April 7th, plus accommodations for two for two nights, a dinner for two at one of our sponsoring restaurants, and two (2), VIP passes good for all 2013 Festival events.

If Nominated For Best Film

IF NOMINATED FOR ONE OF THE ‘BEST FILM’ CATEGORIES: You will be notified by email and/or phone. Your film title will be posted to the 2013 Nominations Page in this FILMMAKER section on the FIFF web site. You will receive two (2), VIP passes at filmmaker’s check-in that allow you and a guest to attend all screenings, workshops and special events of the 2013 Festival. Congratulations!

Nominated recipients are requested to submit a 30-sec Standard-Def QuickTime (.mov) clip from their film that best represents their entry. These clips will be shown during the closing Awards Ceremony on Sunday, April 7th.

2013 Judges Choice Award

Judges will select which of all nominated films is to get their Judges Choice Award. This could result in a film receiving two awards. Judges Choice will be presented at the closing of the Awards Ceremony, Sunday, April 7th.

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