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THE ASIFA-SF SUMMER AWARDS PARTY – FREE TO ALL
Sunday, July 29 Pre-show party at 6:30pm – Films at 8:00pm 

See the winning films, meet some of the creators and enjoy our potluck feast! The Winners of our First Annual Spring Festival are:

Best in Show – Leonard Cohen’s Plato
Commissioned Films
First Place – (tie) Leonard Cohen’s The Parable of the Tulleries and
David Tart’s The Story of Animation

Funniest Film Award – David Tart’s The Story of Animation

Independent Animation:
First Place – Joanna Priestly’s Dear Pluto
Second Place – Mark West’s The Tyger
Third Place (tie) – Alan Orcutt’s There’s an App for That and
Sabrina Wanie’s Hope (music by Nik Phelps)

Excellence in Animation – Mark West’s The Tyger

Best Music Video – Luke Jaeger’s Carolina Shout

Special Jury Award, Karen Lithgow’s It’s All About Perspective (music by Nik Phelps)

Excellence in Humor – Jefferson Thomas‚ Rathle and
Alan Orcutt’s There’s an App for That

Excellence in Experimental Animation – Ben Ridgway’s Cellular Circuitry

College Students
First Place (tie), Michelle Ikemoto‚s Tule Lake (SJSU) and
Rebecca Denton’s The Last Goodbye  (SFSU)
Second Prize, Allison Huffman’s Warden of the Woods (SFSU)
Third Place – Bronto House Animation’s The Pod (SJSU)

Excellence in Humor – Chris Lam and Eunsoo Jeong’s Couch & Potatoes (SJSU)
Excellence in Animation – Michelle Ikemoto’s Tule Lake (SJSU)

Young animators

Excellence in Humor – Gwydion Brain’s Build-a-Baby Workshop (BayCat Animation Program)

Merit Awards go to all who entered this category: Perry Chen for Ingrid Pitt, Trevor Cartmill-Endow for Just Say No to Fur, etc.) , Dani Bowman for Mr. Raindrop, students of Gene Hamm at Alchemia and students of Tim Harrington at BayCat

Come celebrate, network, eat, drink and laugh. Enjoy a variety of films! ASIFA-SF will provide some of the basics for this party, but since this is a potluck, we ask you to please bring special treats to share with others.

The event will be held at Oddball Films, 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.

Oh yeah—Volunteers are needed to clean up after the party—Your help is appreciated!

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