MICROCINEFEST UNLEASHES WINNERS

After successfully closing up their cinematic shop on [ November 5th, 2000 ] , Baltimore’s raging Microcinefest has just announced the winners of their assortment of awards. The chosen ones are:
[ AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARDS ] ^ [ Second Place, Best Short: ] Lee Demarbre’s HARRY KNUCKLES AND THE TREASURE OF THE AZTEC MUMMY ^ [ First Place, Best Short: ] Don Hertzfeldt’s REJECTED ^ [ Second Place, Best Feature: ] David Larson’s EDGE OF QUARREL ^ [ First Place, Best Feature: ] Mark Osborne’s DROPPING OUT
[ GRAND JURY AWARDS ] ^ [ Best Feature: ] Crazy Pete’s GOD MADE MAN ^ [ Best Short Film: ] O. Perez’s PACIFIER ^ [ Best Short Video: ] Peter Brinson’s IT DID IT ^ [ Best Animated Film: ] Ya-Nan Chou’s SPLIT ^ [ Best Animated Video: ] Evan Mather’s FANSOM THE LIZARD ^ [ Best Experimental Film: ] Matt McCormick’s SINCERELY, JOE P. BEAR ^ [ Best Experimental Video: ] Marcus Young’s PHASES
Low Budget Award (given to the coolest film made for less than $1,000): Ricardo Fratelli’s MONDO FORD
Low Budget Video Award (given to the coolest video made for less than $100): Alex Roper’s ANARCHY MONKEY
[ SPECIAL RECOGNITION WAY COOL AWARDS ] ^ [ Color Film: ] Rusty Nails’ SANTIAGO VS. WIGFACE ^ [ Black & White Film: ] Harry McCoy’s GAS HUFFIN’ BAD GALS ^ [ Ass Kicking Action: ] Lee Demarbre’s HARRY KNUCKLES AND THE TREASURE OF THE AZTEC MUMMY ^ [ Way Cool Looking Film: ] Nathan Pommer’s P-13 ^ [ Detournement Award: ] Bryan Boyce’s SPECIAL REPORT ^ [ Way Cool Use of a Lite Brite: ] Roger Beebe’s WHAT BOYS WANT ^ [ The TOO COOL award: ] Don Hertzfeldt’s REJECTED ^ [ Best Festival Trailer EVER: ] MCF 2K
For more on the cool that is Microcinefest, see [ the official Festival website. ]




Posted on November 11, 2000 in Festivals by
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