Announcing the 48-Hour Film Project Winners!

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Another year is in the books, folks. This year’s 48-hour film project has concluded, giving film-makers a chance to strut their stuff under extreme duress. 47 filmmaking teams created 4-7 minute films inside an unbelievable 48 hours. This is a testament to what can be accomplished with the right combination of drive, passion and creativity. The films were screened yesterday to a sold-out crowd. Vistek was a proud sponsor these auteurs-in-the-making as well as the event itself. Here are the award winners as well as the  top 3 films for the night.

The 2013 Toronto 48 Hour Film Project Awards:

First and foremost, congratulations to everyone who participated. Here are the 3  Best Film winners for 2013:

Second Runner Up for Best Film: In Bloom by Sleepyhead

Runner Up for Best Film: Exordium by The Grand Sarachis

Best Film: The Hat by Helix Reel Entertainment

Here’s the official statement about The Hat:

The Hat by Helix Reel Entertainment will represent Toronto at Filmapalooza (March 6th – 10th, 2014) and compete against the Best Film from each of the 127 other 48 Hour Film Project cities. If the Hat makes the top 10 at Filmapalooza it will be screened at Cannes.

Here are the rest of the award winners:

Best Use of Genre: Fairy Enough by Reparito

Best Use of Character: The Hat by Helix Reel Entertainment

Best Use of Prop: A Host Gate by Black Garter Films

Best Use of Line of Dialogue: Pinecrest by The Snake Pictures

Best Costumes: Breaking The Case by Shot In The Dark

Best Choreography: Breaking The Case by Shot In The Dark

Best Use of Lighting: The Hat by Helix Reel Entertainment

Best Special Effects: Exordium by The Grand Sarachis

Best Graphics: Exordium by The Grand Sarachis

Best Sound Design: Exordium by The Grand Sarachis

Best Musical Score: R.S.V.P by WOA Productions

Best Editing: Exordium by The Grand Sarachis

Best Ensemble Acting: All for Davey by #BougieProductions

Best Actress: Janeesa Lewis-Nimako from In Bloom by Sleepyhead

Best Actor: Paul Popowich from Exordium by The Grand Sarachis

Best Writing: The Hat by Helix Reel Entertainment

Best Directing: In Bloom by Sleepyhead

Best Cinematography: In Bloom by Sleepyhead

Best Altruistic Film: The Conquest by RK Studios

Best Philosophical Film: Ex gratia by Open Mode

Award of Excellence: Conflicted by Lens Flare

Award of Excellence: Hotel Prestige by ikto productions

Award of Excellence: Petty Theft by Just Another Film Team

Award of Excellence: Pierce Valis by Espanglish

Audience Award Group A: In Bloom by Sleepyhead

Audience Award Group B: Reflex by ForFilmsSake

Audience Award Group C: The Hat by Helix Reel Entertainment

Audience Award Group D: Breaking The Case by Shot In The Dark

Second Runner Up for Best Film: In Bloom by Sleepyhead

 

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