20th St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase Winners Announced

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ST. LOUIS - July 20, 2020 - PRLog -- AUDIENCE AWARDS

Best Narrative Short: "Tin Box," directed by Andy Compton
Best Documentary Short: "33 and Counting," directed by Aisha Sultan
Best Experimental Short: "Augustus," directed by Jon Alston
Best Narrative Feature: "Easy-Bake," directed by Zoë Kennison
Best Documentary Feature: "America's Last Little Italy: The Hill," directed by Joseph Puleo



Best Use of Music: "My Ireland," original soundtrack by Troy Brenningmeyer
Best Sound: "Wake Up," Stephanie Roberts, Micahel Finley, Joe Cavers, and Cesar Marenco
Best Editing: "The Ballad of John Henry," Matthew Rice
Best Cinematography: "The Honest Work of Farming," Rickie Ross
Best Direction: Nate Townsend, "Wake Up"
Best Documentary Less Than 20 Minutes: "The Honest Work of Farming," directed by Rickie Ross
Best Documentary Feature More Than 20 Minutes: "33 and Counting," directed by Aisha Sultan

Best Use of Music: "Untitled," Eby Strauss-Barrett
Best Sound: "Descend," Zlatko Cosic
Best Editing: "Augustus," John Alan Thompson
Best Cinematography: "Augustus," Matthew Edwards
Best Direction: Jon Alston, "Augustus"
Best Experimental Film: "Augustus," directed by Jon Alston

Best Costumes: "Momma's Boy," Lily Kerns and Cambria Bilinksy
Best Makeup/Hairstyling: "One Brick Shy," CeCe O'Neill, Abby Dorning, and Jenna McDonald
Best Use of Music: "Tin Box," original score by Brian Freeland
Best Sound: "Peeping Tom," Tom Pini, Bryn Mclaughlin, and Ben Manhanke
Best Production Design/Art Direction: "Are You Alright?," Lauren Lane
Best Special/Visual Effects: "ill," Daniel Neville
Best Editing: "Easy-Bake," Zoë Kennison and Adam Hartley
Best Cinematography: "Are You Alright?," Jesse Bader
Best Screenplay: "Easy-Bake," Zoë Kennison
Best Actor: Jaan Marion, "Are You Alright?"
Best Actress: Zoë Kennison, "Easy-Bake"
Best Direction: Zoë Kennison, "Easy-Bake"
Best Animated Film: "The Lineman," directed by Jay Shipman
Best Comedy: "One Brick Shy" (the series), directed by CeCe O'Neill and Jessica Pierce
Best Drama: "Easy-Bake," directed by Zoë Kennison
Best Narrative Less Than 20 Minutes: "Are You Alright?," directed by Alessio Summerfield
Best Narrative More Than 20 Minutes: "Easy-Bake," directed by Zoë Kennison

Best Showcase Film - Srikant Chellappa
Essy Award for Best Showcase Film ($500 prize underwritten by the Chellappa-Vedavalli Foundation): "Augustus," directed by Jon Alston (Filmmaker 4)

November 5-22, 2020

"33 and Counting"
"America's Last Little Italy: The Hill"
"Are You Alright?"
"The Ballad of John Henry"
"Driving Louise"
"Growing for Good"
"The Honest Work of Farming"
"The King and the Pawn"
"The Lineman"
"Momma's Boy"
"Not Suitable"
"One Brick Shy (Episode 1: Randy)"
"One Cold Morning"
"Tin Box"
"Valley Relics"
"Wake Up"
"Within the Silence"

More info at: https://cinemastlouis.org/ (https://cinemastlouis.org/festival-home)

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