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2017 FilmOut San Diego announces winners



2017 FilmOut Festival Awards were announced and here are the winners!

Best Narrative Feature – Tom E. Brown, Pushing Dead
Best First Narrative Feature – Albert Alarr, A Million Happy Nows Best Screenplay – Del Shores, A Very Sordid Wedding
Best Actor in a Feature Film – James Roday, Pushing Dead
Best Actress in a Feature Film – *TIE* Bonnie Bedelia, A Very Sordid
Wedding & Crystal Chappell, A Million Happy Nows
Best Actor in Supporting Role – Danny Glover, Pushing Dead
Best Actress in Supporting Role – Jessica Leccia, A Million Happy Nows Best International Feature – Joris van den Berg, CAS
Best Overall Short Film – Faraz Ansari, Sisak
Best Short Film Male –Eli Mak, Devil Wears A Suit
Best Short Film Female – Graham Cantwell, Lily
Best International Short Film – Jake Graf, Dusk
Best Cinematography – Cathal Watters, Handsome Devil
Best Documentary – Josh Howard, The Lavender Scare
Best Direction – Jennifer Reeder, Signature Move
Best Soundtrack – Cian McCarthy, Something Like Summer
2017 FilmOut Audience Awards
Best Narrative Feature – John Butler, Handsome Devil
Best First Narrative Feature – David Berry, Something Like Summer
Best Screenplay – Del Shores, A Very Sordid Wedding
Best Overall Short Film – Eli Mak, Devil Wears A Suit
Best Male Short – Nish Gera, Scar Tissue
Best Female Short – Christie Conochalla, August In The City
Best Actor in a Feature Film – Fionn O’Shea, Handsome Devil
Best Actress in a Feature Film – Fawzia Mirza, Signature Move
Best Supporting Actor – Ben Baur, Something Like Summer
Best Supporting Actress – Dale Dickey, A Very Sordid Wedding
Best International Feature – Laurent Micheli, Even Lovers Get The Blues Best Documentary – Jennifer Kroot, The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin Best Comedy – Del Shores, A Very Sordid Wedding
Best Ensemble – Cast of A Very Sordid Wedding
2017 FilmOut Programming Awards
The Festival and Programming Directors are responsible for these awards:
Freedom Award – Josh Howard, The Lavender Scare
Outstanding Emerging Talent – McGhee Monteith, He Could’ve Gone Pro Outstanding Artistic Achievement – Eli Mak, Devil Wears A Suit


06.23.17 by OC
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