Sunday, September 19, 2010

Burbank Film Festival schedule—Sunday, September 19, 2010

Photo by Pop Culture Passionistas

The Burbank International Film Festival wraps up today with a few final screenings at the AMC 6 Theater and an awards banquet. The nominees and special honorary award winners are listed below.

For further information, contact the Burbank International Film Festival offices at 818-861-7270 or visit their website

The Awards Banquet will be at the AMC 6 with a reception to follow at the newly opened comedy club Flappers located at 102 East Magnolia Boulevard in
Burbank. Tickets for the event are $125 plus a $6.50 handling fee per ticket and can be ordered through the festival’s website.
770 N 1st St 
Burbank, CA 91502
12:00-2:00 PM   Fudgy Wudgy Fudge Face
2:00-4:00 PM    My Name is Jerry
4:00-8:30 PM    Awards Banquet

Awards Nominations

Best Feature
My Name is Jerry
Charlie Valentine
Who Loves Judus
Becoming Eduardo
Lily’s Thorn

Best Short
Direct To Your Door
Ceremonial Behaviors
True Beauty
This Night

Best Documentary
Finding Face
Macho Like Me
Gus, An American Icon
Residentially Challenged

Best Student Film
La Niña del Desierto
Tar Art

Best Film Noir
A Little Vinegar

Best Animated
We Are All Here

Best Drama
Tick Tock
The Predator’s Return
Juche Rules

Best Western
The Sierra

Best Music Video
California Roll
City of Noise
We Are Punky Pets
The Magic Rabbit

Best Live Action/Animation
Hector Corp.
Glory to the Conquerors of Space

Best Foreign Film
La Niña del Desierto

Best Sci-Fi Comedy
Fudgy Wudgy Fudge Face
The Adventures of Zion Man & The Supreme Commander
Best Sci-Fi
Serum 1831

Best Commercial
HBO - The Deal Breaker
Levi’s True Love Ad

Best Cinematography
Resurrection of Officer Rollins
Mansfield Path

Best Based on A True Story
A Letter From Home

Directing Award
Head In The Sand

Best Socially Conscious Film
The Elephant in the Living Room
The Cartel

Shortest Short
The Author
Direct to your Door

Best Screenplay
Medicine Ave.
Returning Warhol

Best Historical Piece
Grace Bedell

Best Editing
City of Noise
Mansfield Path

Best Acting
Peter Green
Michael R. Escamilla
Raymond J. Barry

President’s Award
Resurrection of Officer Rollins
Mansfield Path
Poetry Man

Honorary Award: Lifetime Achievement in Entertainment
Awarded to Mark Rydell
Mark Rydell is the Oscar nominated director of the film On Golden Pond, which starred Henry Fonda and Catherine Hepburn. His other credits include the Bette Midler films The Rose and For the Boys. As an actor, he appeared in Woody Allen’s Hollywood Ending and The Long Goodbye.

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