The 4th Annual Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival is over and the winners have been announced.
Best Feature: “Easy Listening,” by Pamela Corkey.
Best Documentary: “Shalom Y’all,” by Brian Bain.
Best Short Film: Tie between “Fits & Starts,” by Vince Di Meglio, and “Une Fille de Joie,” by Oliver van Malderghem.
Best Documentary Short: “Ray4theNBA,” by Jim O’Donnell.
Best Student Film: “Hannah Can’t Swim,” by Randall Good.
Best Microshort: “Smile,” by Paul Godbey.
Best Short Script: “Vigorish,” by Chris Mohney.
Audience Choice Award Feature: “Chance,” by Amber Benson.
Audience Choice Award Documentary: “Shalom Y’all,” by Brian Bain.
Audience Choice Award Short: Crank Calls, by Terry Rietta.
Alabama Spectrum Award: “Abracadabra” by Robert Rugan.
Film the Dream Award: “American Dreams,” by H&S Productions.
Special Jury Prize for Performance by an Ensemble Cast: “Funny Ha-Ha,” by Andrew Bujalski.
Congrats to all and here’s looking forward to another successful year!
For more post fest excitement, visit the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival website.
Posted on September 27, 2002 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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