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Arlington International Film Festival Awards

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AWARDS FOR AIFF 2018

Indie Filmmaker Awards

 

Best of Festival Feature | SKIDROW MARATHON

Mark Hayes & Gabrielle Hayes | USA

 

Best of Festival Short | ARE YOU VOLLEYBALL?

Mohammad Bakhshi | Iran

 

Best Short Documentary | WHIRLWIND

Samantha Smith | USA

 

Best Feature Narrative | DIE BEST E ALLER WELTEN (The Best of All Worlds)

Adrian Goiginger | Austria

 

Best Short Narrative | VIOLIN

Konstantin Fam | Russia 

 

Best Short Animation | GOOD BOY

Rachel Beltran | USA


Students Filmmaker Awards

 

Best of Festival Short | VIOLENCE IN BALTIMORE

Brooke Anderson, William Coles, Katia Crawford, Marc Cruise, Jayla Elliott, Joelle Faison, Kailah Hall, Michelle Hill, Eric Hunter, William Mitchell, Sama Muhammad, Ade Ogunshina, Eva Ojekwe, Brian Thompson, Ayanna White | Baltimore MD | Doc | Wide Angle Youth Media.

Award presented by Arlington Community Media, Inc (ACMi) 

 

Best Documentary Short | NEEDLES AND THREATS

Alyssa Abreu, Moises Vargas & Anisa Hamilton NYC | Doc | Maysles Documentary Center

Award presented by MATV, Malden’s Media Center

 

Best Experimental Short | IRONY

Radheya Jegatheva | Australia

 Award presented by Yourarlington.com 

 

Best Animation Short |TREJUR

Thomas Kim | Concord MA

Award presented by KUMON 

 

 

Recognition Awards to Local Filmmakers

 

RULE Boston Camera | SPEAK TO ME

Nicolas Thilo-McGovern

 

Talamas Boston | AWAKEN THE DRAGON TOGETHER

Shuyi Wang

 

High OutputYIN YU TANG

Vivianna Yan

 

MICROSOFT | THE ART COLLECTOR

Saoirse Loftus-Reid | Lexington High School MA 

 

MICROSOFT | UNDOCUMENTARY & EBI SUSHI

Karla Cortes | Somerville MA | SCATV YOUTH PROGRAM

 

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Friday evening, AIFF welcomed home filmmaker Sally Rubin who was raised in Newton and now lives and works in CA with her most recent film, hillbilly. Sally led a conversation following the screening, whereupon she shared with us her personal and political journey into the heart of the Appalachian coalfields. This film explores the role of media representation in the creation of the iconic American hillbilly and examines the social, cultural, and political underpinnings of this infamous stereotype. 

 

Left to right: David Sutherland, Filmmaker with Sally Rubin, Filmmaker

Sally Rubin's Q&A

David Sutherland, Sally Rubin, April Ranck                                        

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Left to right: Shuyi Wang (Talamas Boston Award Winner), Nuria Pellicer, Nicolas Thilo-McGovern (RULE Boston Camera Award Winner), Thomas Kim (Best Animation Short/Student Filmmaker), and April Ranck, AIFF Director

 

Shuyi Wang (Talamas Boston Award Winner)

 

Capitol Theatre on Opening Night 

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