I was thrilled that two of my favourite films from the Toronto After Dark Film Festival are award winners: Dead Snow and Strigoi. Congratulations to the filmmakers, and thank you to all the audience members who took the time to vote. Awards like these mean a lot to the filmmakers in terms of promoting their existing work and getting funding for future projects.
Did any of your faves win?
Have a look at the press release below:
TORONTO AFTER DARK FILM FESTIVAL is thrilled to announce the Award Winners of its 2009 edition. A record over 3,700 votes were cast by festival-goers this year to determine this year’s Audience Award Winners.
AUDIENCE AWARDS, BEST FEATURE FILM
GOLD: DEAD SNOW
SILVER: TRICK ‘R TREAT
BRONZE: BLACK DYNAMITE
VISION AWARDS, Best Independent Feature Film
The Vision Awards are given out by the Festival in recognition of outstanding independent genre feature filmmaking.
SILVER: THE REVENANT
AUDIENCE AWARDS, Best Canadian Short Film
GOLD: CAPTAIN COULIER (SPACE EXPLORER)
BRONZE: DANSE MACABRE
AUDIENCE AWARDS, Best International Short Film
GOLD: THE USERS GUIDE TO IMAGINARY FRIENDS (ABRIDGED)
SILVER: THE HORRIBLY SLOW MURDERER WITH THE EXTREMELY INEFFICIENT WEAPON
BRONZE: KING OF POWER 4 BILLION %
Source: Press Release courtesy of www.torontoafterdark.com
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