Festival Award Winners:
Best Fan Fiction Film: LAUNDRY DAY
Best Cinematography: STEGOSAURUS
Best Performances: IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE: A JAMES BOND FAN FILM
Best Sound & Music: SURPRISE ROBBERY
Best Direction: BUTTERFLY
Best Crime Film: 777
Best Action Film: CRAFT
Watch the Audience Feedback Videos for each film:
STEGOSAURUS (Jurassic Park), 9min., UK, Fan Fiction
Directed by Barry Wilkinson
On a trip to Jurassic Park, a young girl leaves her phone-obsessed mother behind in order to find her favourite dinosaur – the stegosaurus.
LAUNDRY DAY (Superman), 16min., USA, Fan Fiction
Directed by Joshua Weathersby
Full of the anxiety of meeting someone you like at a laundry mat–and ruining it. The Lois & Clark origin story.
IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE: A JAMES BOND FAN FILM, 11min, USA, Fan Fiction
Directed by Kevin Croxton
In The Blink Of An Eye: A James Bond Fan Film is Parkview Music Club’s tribute to the James Bond Film Series. The music video feels like a classic James Bond film from beginning to end, and follows 007 and his Spy Team on a mission to stop his most notorious adversary from unleashing a villainous plan to control the world. The film has a special appearance by former 007 actor George Lazenby ( On Her Majesty’s Secret Service) . The characters in the film are based on James Bond characters created by Ian Fleming.
777, 17min., Canada, Crime Psychedilic
Directed by Charlie A°
A young hostess bites off more than she can chew with a bad gambling crowd who’re about to get tricked by crafty thieves.
BUTTERFLY, 13min., Canada, Crime
Directed by Mercenary
Two detectives interrogate a hostage. As the interview drags on, something about the prisoner appears to be “off”.
SURPRISE ROBBERY, 3min., Chile, Action
Directed by David G. Morgan
In broad daylight, in downtown, a man steals another’s briefcase, starting a chase. In the nearby streets, another guy is riding a bicycle. The fate of these three men will cross, changing their lives forever.
CRAFT, 12min., USA, Action Sports
Directed by Mattias Evangelista
Professional skiers, Micah Evangelista and Zack Giffin, have based their lives and careers around the mountains, but it’s their passions off the hill that keep them balanced and grounded.