SF 2011 48HFP Awards

The judges have deliberated, the scratching and clawing is over. What remains are mostly flesh wounds.

These are the nominees for awards (presented in alphabetical order) for the 2011 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project.

Best Use of Prop: Compulsion, Killin’ It In Reno, Mum
Best Use of Genre: How the Spot Was Won, Roomies, True North
Best Sound Design: Compulsion, How the Spot Was Won, Paranoid Passion
Production Design: How the Spot Was Won, Paranoid Passion, Repo Session
Best Original Song: Into the Sea, Jeb, Just the Way You Are
Best Score: Compulsion, Ezekiel, How the Spot Was Won
Best Editing: How the Spot Was Won, Paranoid Passion, Repo Session
Best Cinematography: Ezekiel, How the Spot Was Won, Repo Session
Best Writing: How the Spot Was Won, Killin’ It In Reno, Roomies
Best Ensemble Acting: Just the Way You Are, Paid In Full, Paranoid Passion
Best Acting: Erik Braa (Roomies), Kevin Kuczek (Ezekiel), Stevan Anaker (Just the Way You Are)
Best Direction: How the Spot Was Won, Paranoid Passion, Roomies
Best Film: How the Spot Was Won, Paranoid Passion, Roomies

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Our panel of judges has made its decision. Congratulations to all of the filmmakers and teams who participated. We are proud to announce our winners!

Best Use of Prop
Compulsion by Mastermind Filmfest

Best Use of Genre
How The Spot Was Won by Chinese Takeout

Best Production Design
Repo Session by It Donned On Me

Best Makeup
Compulsion by Mastermind Filmfest

Best Song
Champion of my Heart from Jeb by Whiskey Films

Best Choreography
Killin’ It In Reno by Team Rock!t

Best Sound Design [tie]
Paranoid Passion by Stabbing My Jelly!
How The Spot Was Won by Chinese Takeout (tie)

Best Musical Score
Compulsion by Mastermind Filmfest

Best Cinematography
Ezekiel by fattyacid

Best Editing
How The Spot Was Won by Chinese Takeout

Best Ensemble Acting
Paranoid Passion by Stabbing My Jelly!

Best Acting
Erik Braa in Roomies by Burntwire.tv

Best Writing
Roomies by Burntwire.tv

Best Directing
How The Spot Was Won by Chinese Takeout

Best Film
How The Spot Was Won by Chinese Takeout

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