The inaugural Edmonds International Film Festival took over lovely Edmonds, WA. from August 24th to the 27th and hosted a competition for both films and screenplays, with Film Threat’s very own Chris Gore conducting the final judging for the selected films. The film winners, as chosen by the distinguished judge, are…
[ Grand Prize ] ^ “Being Claudine” by I-fan Quirk, starring Justine Litchman. ^ A romantic comedy about a young actress looking for both personal and professional success.
[ First Prize ] ^ “The Frankenstein Children” by Jim Zachar. ^ When “Sally” awakens on an operating table with no memory of her identity or where she came from, she must find the answers on her own.
[ Second Prize ] ^ “Overnight Sensation” by Glen Trotiner.
[ Third Prize ] ^ “Underdogs” by Glen Friedel and “The Engagement Party” by William Azaroff. “The Engagement Party” also took home the People’s Choice Award.
For more on all of the films, check out the [ Edmonds Film Festival site. ]

Posted on September 4, 2000 in Festivals by

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