WINNERS AT SEATTLE UNDERGROUND FEST

They’re just a wee fest, clocking in at two years old this past month, but the Seattle Underground Film Festival, which ran from [ October 6th ] until [ October 14th, 2000 ] , packed in features, shorts, and a mess more in their time, and they’re here to stay. The Festival has recently announced the winning films for 2000, as follows:
[ BEST NEW FEATURE FILM ] ^ METAL by Christopher E. Brown
HONORABLE MENTIONS ^ MILK PUNCH by Erik Gunneson ^ DOGSTAR by Sophie Dia Pegrum
[ BEST SHORT NARRATIVE FILM ] ^ CRIMINAL OBSESSION by Brian Sechler
HONORABLE MENTIONS ^ GEORGIE PORGIE by Benjamin Meyer ^ ADMISSION AND PLACEMENT by Fernando Livschitz
[ BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM ] ^ VYROTONIN DECISION by Matt McCormick
HONORABLE MENTION ^ A PRIMER FOR DENTAL EXTRACTION by Carl Weidermann
[ BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM ] ^ 30 FRAMES A SECOND by Rustin Thompson
HONORABLE MENTIONS ^ BUTTERFLY by Doug Wolens ^ ABOUT THE CHILDHOOD OF THE SELF ON THE RESUME OF A COUNTRY by Carolina Telles
For a look at each film, as well as a handy Archives section for Festival news of the past, submerge at [ the Seattle Underground site. ]




Posted on October 24, 2000 in Festivals by
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