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2012 LYSFF Winners

2012 LYSFF Winners

 

BEST OPENING NIGHT


A Finger, Two Dots Then Me
Drama, Directed by David Holechek, USA, 8m
Based on a poem by Derrick Brown, this film takes a look at life, death and love. Brown has performed around the world as a headliner and with bands such as the Flaming Lips and the Cold War Kids.

 

BEST “E” FOR EVERYONE


Bubblegum Smackers
Directed by Lindsay Garvin, USA, 17m
Kids, trench coats, film noir.

 

BEST DOCUMENTARY


Carbon for Water
Directed by Evan Abramson, USA, 23m
In Kenya’s western province, most drinking water is contaminated. This film shows the inspiring people who face daily hardships and explores one company’s innovative solution for improving the health of millions of Kenyans.

 

BEST DRAMA


Captain Fin
Directed by Kevin J. O’Neill, USA, 16m
A longshoreman sentenced to jail for manslaughter is visited by his 18-year-old daughter more than a decade after his crime.

 

BEST COMEDY


Interview Date
Directed by Mike Lemcke, USA, 13m
Everyone is at the right place at the right time – but with the wrong person.

BEST SCI-FI/HORROR


38:50:00
Directed by Chris Capel, USA, 19m
Lifelong friends Andrew and John hike to the middle of nowhere to face a difficult decision.

 

BEST ANIMATION


Floyd the Android
Directed by Jonathan Lyons, USA, 4m
Floyd the Android is an animated robot that gets into crazy situations, but always manages to escape. This project includes two episodes that give a view of his world.

 

BEST FLORIDA FLAVOR


Bad Influences
Directed by Kate Emery, USA, 17m
Instead of making real friends, a timid hypochondriac with a vivid imagination hangs out with the diseases she thinks she has: Influenza, asthma and mono.

 

BEST OF THE FESTIVAL


A Finger, Two Dots Then Me
Drama, Directed by David Holechek, USA, 8m
Based on a poem by Derrick Brown, this film takes a look at life, death and love. Brown has performed around the world as a headliner and with bands such as the Flaming Lips and the Cold War Kids.