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Green Bay Film Festival Ends with Awards Ceremony

The Future Filmmaker Winners Are:
In support of the next generation of aspiring filmmakers, set designers,
cast and crew, the Green Bay Film Festival is proud present a special
film competition for Wisconsin Students!
We invited 600 high schools from the state of Wisconsin to submit a film to
our Future Filmmakers Competition.
Entries must creatively incorporate all of the following three statements into their videos:
“How Green is it”
“Do you have eyes in the back of your head”
“Something fresh or rotten”
In addition entries must adhere to the following:
• Films must be 3 minutes or less and produced for under $100.
Honorable Mention will go to:
Jake Whalen, Josh Meyer, Eric Storlie, Sally Hippensteel, From Sturgeon
Bay,WI
For the film “Green Tea”.
3rd Place will go to Alex Duorak, Alex Le Gault & Tom Zwicker from Green
Bay, WI
For the film “Alex’s Thought Process”
2nd Place will go to Brady Palubiski, Patrick Schmeling, & Aaron Veeks
from Grafton, WI
For the Film “Shadows”
And our first place film is for Sydney Prall, Michaela Nash & Abbie Pull
from Verona, WI
For the film “The Stairwell”
Next we have our Audience Choice Awards for our
filmmakers!
We had 11 films chosen for our Children and Family Category.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. March April- directed by Collin Souter
4. The Tale of the Mischievous Fudge Thief – directed by Peter Cunningham
3. Test Anxiety- directed by Bob Deaver
2. Live Outside the Box – directed by Shu-Hsuan Lin
With the winner as
The Perfect Skate – directed by Andrew Dena
In our Documentary category 8 films were chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. Joe Camilleri: Australia’s Maltese Falcon – directed by Fiona Cochrane
4. Zooman – directed by Rolf Winters
3. Roadmap to Apartheid – directed by Ana Nogueira
2. Smokin Fish – directed by Luke Griswold-Tergis
The winner is “The Ghost of War” – Rose Wilson
In our Social Issues Category 12 films were Chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. The Bag – directed by Ray Nomoto Robison
4. A Bridge without Borders – directed by Ted Kindig
3. Safe Schools – directed by Gary Pearson
2. Bridging the Gap – directed by Dean Thomas
The winner is “Maddoggin” – directed by Terence Heuston
In our Wisconsin Category 13 films were Chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. Missed Connections – directed by Kara Mulrooney
4. Announcement – directed by Samantha Wallschlaeger
3. The Chemist – directed by Thaddeus Roenitz
2. The Seven Year Wish – directed by Ryan Brooks
The winner is “Memento Mori” – directed by Susan Kerns
In our Features Category 9 films were Chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. Camp Kickitoo – directed by Ric Sternberg
4. Me Again – directed by Adam Hastings
3. The Duck Hunter – directed by Egidio Beronesi
2. Somewhere West – directed by David Marek
The winner is “The Letter Writer” – directed by Christian Vuissa
In our Shorts Category 62 films were Chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. Dulce – “Sweet” – directed by Ivan Ruiz Flores
4. 14 Days with Alzheimers – directed by Lisa Cerasoli
3. What’s Life Got to Do with it – directed by Noah Weisberg
2. Nani – directed by Noah Weisberg
The winner is “Convergent” -Spain – directed by, Alejandro Portaz
This year we also are giving the Best of Show Award .
The 4 runner up films are:
5. The Perfect Skate
4. Momento Mori
3. Maddoggin
2. Ghost of War
The winner is “ The Letter Writer ”
Contact Festival Director – Cyndee Sweetland
920-265-0333
Media Alert
Green Bay Film Festival Ends with Awards Ceremony
The Future Filmmaker Winners Are:
In support of the next generation of aspiring filmmakers, set designers,
cast and crew, the Green Bay Film Festival is proud present a special
film competition for Wisconsin Students!
We invited 600 high schools from the state of Wisconsin to submit a film to
our Future Filmmakers Competition.
Entries must creatively incorporate all of the following three statements into their videos:
“How Green is it”
“Do you have eyes in the back of your head”
“Something fresh or rotten”
In addition entries must adhere to the following:
• Films must be 3 minutes or less and produced for under $100.
Honorable Mention will go to:
Jake Whalen, Josh Meyer, Eric Storlie, Sally Hippensteel, From Sturgeon
Bay,WI
For the film “Green Tea”.
3rd Place will go to Alex Duorak, Alex Le Gault & Tom Zwicker from Green
Bay, WI
For the film “Alex’s Thought Process”
2nd Place will go to Brady Palubiski, Patrick Schmeling, & Aaron Veeks
from Grafton, WI
For the Film “Shadows”
And our first place film is for Sydney Prall, Michaela Nash & Abbie Pull
from Verona, WI
For the film “The Stairwell”
Next we have our Audience Choice Awards for our
filmmakers!
We had 11 films chosen for our Children and Family Category.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. March April- directed by Collin Souter
4. The Tale of the Mischievous Fudge Thief – directed by Peter Cunningham
3. Test Anxiety- directed by Bob Deaver
2. Live Outside the Box – directed by Shu-Hsuan Lin
With the winner as
The Perfect Skate – directed by Andrew Dena
In our Documentary category 8 films were chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. Joe Camilleri: Australia’s Maltese Falcon – directed by Fiona Cochrane
4. Zooman – directed by Rolf Winters
3. Roadmap to Apartheid – directed by Ana Nogueira
2. Smokin Fish – directed by Luke Griswold-Tergis
The winner is “The Ghost of War” – Rose Wilson
In our Social Issues Category 12 films were Chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. The Bag – directed by Ray Nomoto Robison
4. A Bridge without Borders – directed by Ted Kindig
3. Safe Schools – directed by Gary Pearson
2. Bridging the Gap – directed by Dean Thomas
The winner is “Maddoggin” – directed by Terence Heuston
In our Wisconsin Category 13 films were Chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. Missed Connections – directed by Kara Mulrooney
4. Announcement – directed by Samantha Wallschlaeger
3. The Chemist – directed by Thaddeus Roenitz
2. The Seven Year Wish – directed by Ryan Brooks
The winner is “Memento Mori” – directed by Susan Kerns
In our Features Category 9 films were Chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. Camp Kickitoo – directed by Ric Sternberg
4. Me Again – directed by Adam Hastings
3. The Duck Hunter – directed by Egidio Beronesi
2. Somewhere West – directed by David Marek
The winner is “The Letter Writer” – directed by Christian Vuissa
In our Shorts Category 62 films were Chosen.
The 4 runner up films are:
5. Dulce – “Sweet” – directed by Ivan Ruiz Flores
4. 14 Days with Alzheimers – directed by Lisa Cerasoli
3. What’s Life Got to Do with it – directed by Noah Weisberg
2. Nani – directed by Noah Weisberg
The winner is “Convergent” -Spain – directed by, Alejandro Portaz
This year we also are giving the Best of Show Award .
The 4 runner up films are:
5. The Perfect Skate
4. Momento Mori
3. Maddoggin
2. Ghost of War
The winner is “ The Letter Writer ”
Contact Festival Director – Cyndee Sweetland
920-265-0333

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