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WorldFest Wraps its Big 40th with Davi's Dukes!

Final Jury Decisions on all ten major Competition Categories.

WorldFest-Houston, the 3rd longest-running International Film Festival in North America, celebrated the conclusion of its 40th annual independent film showcase with a Grand Awards Gala on April 28th and Closing Day Festivities on April 29th with a VIP NASA and Space Center Houston tour and Texas BBQ sponsored by The Houston Yacht Club and wrapped it up with Robert Davi's award winning directorial debut, The Dukes. (Chazz Palminteri, Peter Bogdanovich). All WorldFest events are always open to the public.
Other Major Remi Winners were: BEST NEW MEDIA, "Prenatal Development and Pregnancy Education" by EHD of Manchester, NH, USA; BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM & VIDEO to Mitchell Rose for "The Event" - Red Red Rose Pictures, USA; BEST TV COMMERCIAL to Deno Seder for "Unscrupulous" - Carvin Seder, USA; BEST STUDENT FILM to Cheol-Woo Park for "Disconnected" - KOREA; BEST MUSIC VIDEO to Khannu Samrat & Mehrunnisa Hassan for "The Dance of Courtship" - PAKISTAN and BEST SCRIPT to Lyle Hatcher & Don Caron, for "Different Drummers" - USA.

All other award results from this year's WorldFest competition are posted on our website at www.worldfest.org - There were more than 4,500 category entries in all film and video competitions, and only around 15% of the entries won awards.

WorldFest Closing Day Festivities included a special VIP tour of NASA & Space Center Houston with a Regatta & Texas BBQ & Marimba Band party hosted by The Houston Yacht Club. Final event was back at the AMC cinema for Joe Leydon's Critic's Choice and Closing Night film, The Dukes, which won both the Special Jury Award in First Feature and also Best Feature Director for Robert Davi who attended the final weekend of the festival.

During the 10-day festival, over 500 filmmakers from more than 32 nations around the world were in attendance to personally accept their various awards from this year's WorldFest's competition of thousands of submitted category entries. Dates for WorldFest-Houston #41 are April 18-April 27, 2008.

Please check our website at - www.worldfest.org - for the full winners' list or call 713-965-9955 for more information. "Call for Entries" for next year's event will be mailed out in late September. Entries officially open August 1st, 2007. Main deadline is December 15, 2007. You may download official entry forms from our Internet website starting August 1st. We are now streaming particular Remi Award winners on our website!


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