We have some winners! Three, to be precise (but we're all winners here aren't we?).
Back in December, we asked aspsiring film-makers to shoot & submit short films for the 2010 Off-Centered Film Fest brought to you by us and the great folks at Alamo Drafthouse.
Our esteemed panel of judges have reviewed the entires and are happy to let you know we have our winners:
Burton Baton and the Legend of the Ancient Ales
Submitting Director: Erik Mitchell, Philadelphia, PA
Tea Party Hijinks
Submitting Director: Jonathan Blood, Portland, ME
J-Bomb Saves The Party
Submitting Director: Andrew Michael Schoeb, Bel Air, MD
Directors for the three films above will be flown to Austin, TX for this year's Off-Centered Film Fest on April 16-17, 2010 where we will shower then with glory and prizes.
In addition, we've accepted a quite a few more entires in the 2010 fest. They will also be screened at the event.
In all, 25 short films were submitted to the 2010 Off-Centered Film Fest. Eleven states represented and the most entries came from Texas, New York, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania.
For tickets to either night of the event, please contact Alamo Drafthouse, Lake Creek (512-219-5408).
After the fest, we'll have the winning films available to view here at ww.dogfish.com
Congratulations to our winners and stay tuned late this year for submission guidelines for the 2011 Off-Centered Film Fest!