San Jose 48HFP Jury returns

The jury has returned with its results and soon the winners will be known.

These are the finalists in several categories for which awards will be given this year.

The finalists are listed in alphabetical order.

Best Film:
Give Me A Sign – South Bay Shooters
Moonlight – EyeQ Films
One Man’s Trash – Surfin’ Kitty Productions
R-Cubed – Pigs Might Fly

Best Direction:
Dead Weight Man – Five by Five Films
Give Me A Sign – South Bay Shooters
R-Cubed – Pigs Might Fly

Best Acting (Male):
Terry Lamb (Mr. Miles) in Moonlight – EyeQ Films
Gian-Alberto Perez (Dead Weight Man) in Dead Weight Man – Five by Five Films
Andy Sims (Ian Jeffers) in Oh Negative – Ovation pictures

Best Acting (Female):
Sarah Smith (Ian Jeffers’ Girlfriend) in Give Me A Sign – South Bay Shooters
Janine Burgener (Samantha) in Oh Negative – Ovation pictures
Doll Piccotto (Sabrina) in Oh Negative – Ovation pictures

Best Screenplay:
Oh Negative – Ovation Pictures
One Man’s Trash – Surfin’ Kitty Productions
R-Cubed – Pigs Might Fly

Best Cinematography:
Moonlight – EyeQ Films
One Man’s Trash – Surfin’ Kitty Productions
R-Cubed – Pigs Might Fly

Best Ensemble Acting:
Loose Cannons – 10 Count Films
Oh Negative – Ovation Pictures
R-Cubed – Pigs Might Fly

Best Editing:
Moonlight – EyeQ Films
R-Cubed – Pigs Might Fly
Roll Bottle Roll – Story Cake

Best Visual Effects:
Moonlight – EyeQ Films
Roll Bottle Roll – Story Cake
Stuffed – Square Marden

Best Choreography:
Loose Cannons – 10 Count Films
Roll Bottle Roll – Story Cake
Stuffed – Square Marden

Best Costumes:
Animal Style – Playground Pictures
Dead Weight Man – Five by Five Films
Second Chance – Team Hot Shots

Best Makeup:
Loose Cannons – 10 Count Films
The Medium – Electric Elephant Productions
One Man’s Trash – Surfin’ Kitty Productions

The awards will be presented on Saturday, Sept 10th at theTheater on San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. (Tickets are available here.)

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2 thoughts on “San Jose 48HFP Jury returns”

  1. The event is at Theater on San Pedro Square and children are allowed. The films are not rated, so discretion is advised. On the other hand, you’ve probably seen most of these and may know what to expect.

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