VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES ITS WINNING FILMS

  • VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES ITS WINNING FILMS

    Posted by Kevin on 2022-08-17 at 8:49 PM

    CONTACT FOR VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL:
    Kevin A. Mardesich

    [email protected]
    310-383-7456

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE



    VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES ITS WINNING FILMS


    (NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA – August 11, 2022) –
    The Valley Film Festival (VFF) announced today the winning films for the festival that ran August 3<sup>rd</sup> – 7<sup>th</sup>, <sup> </sup>2022 at the prestigious Laemmle NoHo 7 theatre in North Hollywood. The winning dramas, documentaries, comedies, alumni, and trailer/ music video films all fell into either the “10-Degrees Hotter” or “Short Film” awards categories. All films were voted on by alumni jurors. VFF director Tracey Adlai said of the dozens of screenings this year, “We’re beyond proud of all the shorts and features that made this VFF’s strongest year yet.”



    10-DEGREES HOTTER AWARDS

    1) Narrative Feature Film: Road to Perth
    (director Chad Peter, USA);
    2) Documentary Feature Film: Elemental:
    Reimagining Our Relationship with Wildfire

    (director Trip Jennings, USA);
    3) Short Narrative Film:
    When The Rain Sets In
    (director James Hughes, UK);

    4) Short Documentary: Dominion
    (director Lindsey Ward, USA).

    BEST SHORT-FILM AWARDS

    1) Music Video/Trailer: Joaquin

    (Bradley Devine, South Africa)

    2) Alumni Short: Un Monde Sans Crise

    (Ted Hardy-Carnac, France)

    3) Comedy Short: Covid Love

    (Rene Nuijens, Netherlands)

    4) Dark Comedy Short: Sea of Lights
    (Weston Taylor, USA)

    5) Dramatic-Shorts Block 1:
    They Never See It Coming

    (Jeff Stolhand, USA)

    6) Dramatic-Shorts Block 2:
    An Island Drifts

    (Vivian Ip, Singapore)

    7) Dramatic-Shorts Block 3:
    Koi (Jordan Oliva Howell, USA)

    About the Valley Film Festival (Community + Culture)
    Now in its 22<sup>nd</sup> year, the Valley Film Festival is an all-volunteer, non-profit arts project of Community Partners. We support local and international voices who advance storytelling, while furthering education, production, and exhibition of film. We do this by having an affordable entry-point ($8.18 USD), so filmmakers everywhere can participate; awarding call-for-entry scholarships to filmmakers in countries affected by conflict; supporting locally-produced films through our signature “Made in the (818)” program; mentoring filmmakers through via our panels/events; and providing a platform to stories that matter.CONTACT FOR VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL:
    Kevin A. Mardesich
    [email protected]
    310-383-7456

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES ITS WINNING FILMS

    (NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA – August 11, 2022) – The Valley Film Festival (VFF) announced today the winning films for the festival that ran August 3rd – 7th, 2022 at the prestigious Laemmle NoHo 7 theatre in North Hollywood. The winning dramas, documentaries, comedies, alumni, and trailer/ music video films all fell into either the “10-Degrees Hotter” or “Short Film” awards categories. All films were voted on by alumni jurors. VFF director Tracey Adlai said of the dozens of screenings this year, “We’re beyond proud of all the shorts and features that made this VFF’s strongest year yet.”

    10-DEGREES HOTTER AWARDS
    1) Narrative Feature Film: Road to Perth
    (director Chad Peter, USA);
    2) Documentary Feature Film: Elemental:
    Reimagining Our Relationship with Wildfire
    (director Trip Jennings, USA);
    3) Short Narrative Film:
    When The Rain Sets In
    (director James Hughes, UK);
    4) Short Documentary: Dominion
    (director Lindsey Ward, USA).

    BEST SHORT-FILM AWARDS
    1) Music Video/Trailer: Joaquin
    (Bradley Devine, South Africa)
    2) Alumni Short: Un Monde Sans Crise
    (Ted Hardy-Carnac, France)
    3) Comedy Short: Covid Love
    (Rene Nuijens, Netherlands)
    4) Dark Comedy Short: Sea of Lights
    (Weston Taylor, USA)
    5) Dramatic-Shorts Block 1:
    They Never See It Coming
    (Jeff Stolhand, USA)
    6) Dramatic-Shorts Block 2:
    An Island Drifts
    (Vivian Ip, Singapore)
    7) Dramatic-Shorts Block 3:
    Koi (Jordan Oliva Howell, USA)
    About the Valley Film Festival (Community + Culture)
    Now in its 22nd year, the Valley Film Festival is an all-volunteer, non-profit arts project of Community Partners. We support local and international voices who advance storytelling, while furthering education, production, and exhibition of film. We do this by having an affordable entry-point ($8.18 USD), so filmmakers everywhere can participate; awarding call-for-entry scholarships to filmmakers in countries affected by conflict; supporting locally-produced films through our signature “Made in the (818)” program; mentoring filmmakers through via our panels/events; and providing a platform to stories that matter.

    Maura replied 3 months, 2 weeks ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • Maura

    Organizer
    2022-08-18 at 2:01 AM

    Thank you for letting our community know about this!
    By the way, the text has a few formatting problems. 🙂