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Worldfest Remi Winners

Submitted by admin on April 23, 2010 – 8:18 pmOne Comment
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The recently wrapped Worldfest Film Festival hosted many premieres including the locally made For The Sake of the Song a documentary about Montrose music venue Anderson Fair. The Worldfest Houston 2010 winners received awards, known as the Remi. The winners are:

· BEST THEATRICAL FEATURE ~ The Youngest Son (Il Figlio Piu Piccolo), WorldFest alums, Pupi and Antonio Avati, Duea Productions, Rome, Italy
· BEST FILM & VIDEO ~ Centenary: The BP Story, Brook Crowley, Lone Star Productions, London, England, UK
· BEST TV & CABLE PRODUCTION ~ Schabowski’s Note- 24 Hours of World History, Dirk Neuhoff, NDR Television, Hamburg, Germany
· BEST NEW MEDIA ~ Pioneering New Frontiers in Tumor Angiogenesis, Hugo Paice, Random 42 Medical Animation, London, England, UK
· BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM & VIDEO ~ Cubik, Jason Brenizer, Brenizer Fanthome Films, Singapore
· BEST TV COMMERCIAL ~ BZgA: “Know Your Limit” Nikolaus Uthmann, Naumann Film, Munich, Germany
· BEST SHORT SUBJECT ~ Halloween Spooky House, Ryotaro Muramatsu, Naked, Inc. Tokyo, Japan.
· BEST STUDENT FILM & KODAK’s Crystal Vision Award ~ Magellan, Sebastian Davis, USA (Kodak Best Cinematography $2,500 in Kodak Film!)
· BEST MUSIC VIDEO, 2009 CCTV Mid- Autumn Festival Gala Evening in Yichun, Xiaolu Chiu, CHINA CENTER TELEVISION (CCTV), Beijing, China.

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  • wally says:

    What a wonderful film festival! So many great films and directors there to meet and talk to… my only complaint was that it should be better attended… this is a far better film festival than many other major festivals… I think they had more than 90 different shows, and some were sold out, but many were not full… every single show was great and I saw 23 films… ! Somebody near me saw 45! Wow! This city has a great international film festival and they should support it more… Toronto turns out for their festival, and it is huge, I admit, but no one can see 300 films… even Cleveland has a bigger audience… I do not know why, because our film festival is a lot better… see for yourself at http://www.worldfest.org
    See you next year! WW

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