2011 WBFF WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED!

AND THE WINNER IS...


Best Short Film

Dog Gone
Paul Lenzi, Director/Producer/Co-Writer

Best Youth Produced

The Kid B.I.
Evan Zeiger, Screen Writer/Editor/Director

Best Music Video

How Now Brown Cow
Mr. Laurence, Director
Ms. Princess Melinda, Producer

People's Choice

Dog Gone
Paul Lenzi, Director/Producer/Co-Writer

Honorable Mention

Vampire Caesar
Nathan Morgan, Director
Peter Nouhan, Producer
Uncle Jackie Playing The Piano
Derek Cooper, Director/Producer

Best Script Writer

Jheri Miller

Best Supporting Role

West Branch District Library

CONGRATULATIONS
TO ALL OF OUR 2011 WINNERS!

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Thank You
Surline Elementary PTO for your combined support with the 2011 "Acting Up" project.
It was a great Success!

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The Board of Directors of the West Branch Film Festival is proud to announce the 3rd annual event to be held in the heart of beautiful downtown Victorian West Branch.

The festival will feature quality family friendly movies, workshops and entertainment of various types, for the entire family.  Film categories will include feature films, short films, animation, documentary, music video and experimental films.

Submissions for the event are open to filmmakers of all ages and skill levels.  The prestigious "Shooting Star" award  will be given for many categories, including "Youth Produced" and "Peoples Choice".


MISSION STATEMENT:

To provide exciting opportunities for filmmakers of all ages to produce positive family entertainment while promoting the growth of cinematic arts in the West Branch area.  Through our effort we will energize our community, stimulate learning, promote tourism and improve the socio-economic growth of our community.
 

The West Branch Film Festival is a solely volunteer organization.  All donations and proceeds from tickets and merchandise sales go directly to the operational budget of the Film Festival.

FINALLY A FILM FESTIVAL FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!