Italian filmmaker Federico Alotto's creepy short film "I See Monsters" (Io Vedo I Mostri) won the BEST HORROR SHORT award in front of a crowd of 500. The awards show included live musical performances from Soleil J and Billboard artist Sessino and featured outrageous costume designs by Natasha Berezhnaya.
Some doors should never be opened. "I See Monsters" is based on a true story. Little Giulio is tasked with going to the cellar to get more wine for dinner. His excitement over his newfound responsibility quickly dissipates as he finds something lurking in the basement. http://www.facebook.com/
Born in Turin in 1984, and Federico Alotto studied and graduated in trumpet (classic and jazz) at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Turin. He is a musician, composer and orchestra director and has performed in many tours around the world, including California, Slovenia, Israel, France, Germany, Holland and Spain, and was directed by important artists such as Riccardo Muti. In 2008 he began to explore his passion for filmmaking and today, it is his main activity.
The 2014 Winter Film Awards Judges Panel was comprised of 15 industry individuals with diverse points of view, including 20-year industry veteran Frank Calo, production executive of "The Believer", award-winning filmmaker Sam Borowski, Broadway and Hollywood composer Stephen Trask, cinematographer Mik Cribben, music personality Matt Pinfield, producer/writer/
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