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2013 United States Super 8 Film + Digital Video Festival Winners Announced!

2013 United States Super 8 Film + Digital Video Festival Winners Announced!


We had a very good festival this year. Thanks to all who came and participated in the 2013 United States Super 8 Film + Digital Video Festival and helping it be a great success!

James Fazzaro wrote this on Facebook:
"So I just returned from seeing the first of three nights of programming at the United States Super 8 Film and Digital Video Festival. 25th Anniversary Edition! I must say I was quite impressed with the lineup, a good strong showing with a lot of variety. The Sanjiban retrospective was also a treat."

Total attendance was up from the last year and we were able to get a lot of good press coverage.

Below is a list of the Winners of the 2013 United States Super 8 Film + Digital Video Festival.


The Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center and the Rutgers University Program In Cinema Studies present the 25th Annual

2013 United States Super 8 Film + Digital Video Festival Award Winners

Grand Prize Winners

Best Documentary Film
Don’t Break Down - Matt Meindl (Columbus, Ohio)

Best Short Film
Last of Our Kind - Reed O'Beirne  (Seattle, Washington)

Best Experimental Film
Decapoda Shock-Javier Chillon (Madrid, Spain)

Best Jersey Film
The Art of Forced Collaboration – Jet Wintzer (Old Bridge, New Jersey)

Audience Choice Prize
The Key Difference – Joe Gessner (Roseland, New Jersey)

Honorable Mention Winners
Diary of Dreams: Volume One - Daniel Abad (Madrid, Spain)
The Transmission – Brian Lonano (Atlanta, Georgia)
Dead Good - Beverley Jordan (Norwich, United Kingdom)
Holiday - Tony Lawrence (Sydney, Australia)
Olivia - Ana García Abad (Toluca Lake, California)
TROBIA - Benjamin Ross Hayden (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

The 2013 United States Super 8 Film + Digital Video Festival, which is part of the New Jersey Film Festival Spring 2013, is funded and sponsored in part by The Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center; The Rutgers University Program in Cinema Studies, School of Arts and Sciences; Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission/Board of Chosen Freeholders and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; the Rutgers University Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA Centers); The Rutgers University Middle Eastern Studies Program; The Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences; The Rutgers University Office of Academic Engagement and Programming; The Rutgers University American Studies Department; The Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program; Eastman Kodak; Johnson & Johnson; New Jersey Books; WCTC/WMGQ; The Home News Tribune; Jungle Software; New Brunswick City Market; Media Services/Showbiz Software; Footage Firm; Pro 8mm, PAC Lab; Jimmy Johns of New Brunswick; The Rutgers University Office of Community Affairs; The Rutgers University Digital Classroom Services Department; Design Ideas; Advanced Printing; Steven C. Schechter, Esq.; and Share and Harris.
         
For more information call the Rutgers Film Co-op/NJMAC at 848-932-8482 or go to our website at www.njfilmfest.com!

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