See the winning films, meet some of the winners and enjoy the potluck treats


6:30 pm Socialize
8:00 pm Present Awards and Screen the Winners

At Oddball Films
275 Capp, third floor

free, bring friends and special treats to share with others
ASIFA-SF will provide some of the basics for this party


The winners of the second asifa-sf spring festival are

 Best in Show

  • David Chai, A Knock on My Door

Independent Animation

  • First Place – Corrie Francis Park’s A Tangled Tale (exquisite sand animation)
  • Second Place (three way tie) – Ben Ridgway, Cosmic Flower Unfolding 
  • Michael Langan’s Choros (remarkable experimental visuals)
  • Peter Parr’s Summer Dream (exceptional drawings)
  • Best Original Music – Greg Holgate’s Cosmo with music by Nik Phelps
  • Best Kid Friendly Animation – Mark West’s The Little Red Hen
  • Bizarre Visual Humor Award – Bill Plympton’s Drunker Than A Skunk
  • Best Surreal Horror Film – Patrick Feerick’s Coffin Feeder


  • First Prize – Edith and the Bear by Hillary Bradfield, San Jose State
  • Second Prize – Tamara by Jason Marino & Craig Kitzmann, San Jose State
  • Best Designed – Dance for Your Life, Puny Human by Justin Connolly, Univ. of S. Calif.
  • Most Provocative – Palestine  by Martin Segobia, SF State

Young animators

  • Certificates of Merit to students of Tim Harrington at BayCat

Oddball Films is located at 275 Capp St. between 17th and 18th Street.

It is a giant 3rd floor warehouse loft full of rare 16mm films.  Stephen Parr provides historic footage to filmmakers and runs a great film series in this space. Capp runs parallel to and between Mission and Van Ness. The warehouse is near Muni, the 16th St. Bart Station and the Victoria Theatre.

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