Monday, May 4, 2009

Sunscreen Film Festival winners!

A very special thank you to everyone who attended the fourth annual Sunscreen Film Festival! We invite you to use the portal to rate the films you saw to better understand your interests as the ticket buyers.

We are also proud to present this year's award winners:
The Travolta Family Inspiration Award was presented to Alan Mehanna (ONE LAST STAND)
Best Animated Short: LARRY AND ROZ - Directed by Kristen Palana
Best Music Video: SNOW by the Beauvilles - Directed by Jon Wolding
Best Documentary: SLEDHEAD - Directed by David McIlvride
Best Florida Film: THIS MAN'S LIFE - Directed by Todd Thompson
Best Narrative Short Film: VALIDATION - Directed by Kurt Kuenne
Best Director: Tao Ruspoli - FIX
Best Narrative Feature Film: YESTERDAY WAS A LIE - Directed by James Kerwin
Audience Award: I AM THE BLUEBIRD - Directed by Thomas Verrette

Thank you to all the filmmakers who participated in this year's festival, and we look forward to seeing your work in the future!


braddva said...

Check out the video recap here:

Don't forget all the pics here:

mikehedge said...

aaaaaaaaaaah! congrats Thomas!

J. Declan said...

My reflections...

After rolling it out, checking all stations, and wiping the bead of sweat from my brow, the momentum we've built began to sound in the form of movie stars and paparazzi. What a joy it was to witness the the fruits of our labor blossom into what has become the best Sunscreen Film Festival to date.

The people I had a chance to meet this year have made for one memorable time; people like Victoria and Christopher Kelley (Hampshire: a ghost story), Mariah or "Skit" as I now call her, and Kat the WWE wrestler... and last but not least my new friend, Alan Mehanna, the recipient of this year's Travolta Family Inspiration Award.

The days came and ended, quickly. Each of us shared a tired eye and a tip of the glass and know we now share a brotherhood and sisterhood rarely shared by others.

And so now we begin again. If you thought 2009 was hot, I wouldn't put down the Sunscreen so fast... you're gonna need it in 2010!