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San Diego Film Week

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San Diego Film Week
LocationSan Diego, United States
Founded2017
AwardsSan Diego Film Awards
Hosted byFilm Consortium San Diego
Festival dateApril 22, 2020 (2020-04-22)-May 3, 2020 (2020-05-03)
Websitesdfilmweek.com

San Diego Film Week is a film festival that takes place annually in San Diego, California and is produced by the Film Consortium San Diego.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

San Diego Film Week is a showcase for American and international independent filmmakers. The festival features competitive juried categories, including narrative feature films, short films and documentary films. Additional categories include: music, animation and military genres.

The inaugural 2017 event kicked off on February 10 with a Gala at the Lafayette Hotel, Swim Club & Bungalows and ran through February 19 with a closing awards ceremony at The Gallery on February 25. During the event, the festival had 21 separate screenings that included 15 feature films and short films from the San Diego International Film Festival, GI Film Festival San Diego, San Diego Asian Film Festival, 48 Hour Film Project San Diego, San Diego Latino Film Festival and the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival. With seven workshops and other short film blocks going simultaneously, the Film Consortium San Diego screened 100 films during San Diego Film Week.[10]

Notability[edit]

2017 Mark Christopher Lawrence hosted the Closing Awards Ceremony.[11]

  • Film Screening: A Life Lived (feat. Denise Richards)[12]
  • San Diego Premiere: South of 8 (dir. Tony Olmos)[13]

Awards[edit]

2017

Short Film Awards

  • Best Comedy Short Narrative film Sorry to Bother You & Captain of My Desire
  • Best Drama Short Narrative Film Undocumented & Vessels
  • Best Horror/SciFi/Thriller/Action Short Narrative Film The Light Once Captured & Night of the Slasher
  • Best Documentary Short She Wore Silver Wings & Joshua Tree
  • Best Oldie But Goodie The Lurking
  • Audience Choice Bon Voyage[14]

Feature Film Awards

  • Best Documentary Feature Janey Makes A Play
  • Best Trailer Love is the Answer
  • Best Comedy Feature Eternity: the Movie
  • Best Horror/Sci-Fi/Thriller Feature South of 8
  • The Best Drama Feature A Life Lived
  • Audience Choice A Life Lived[14]

A-List Acting Awards

  • Apollo Askew
  • Brian Patrick Butler
  • Caroline Amiguet
  • Connor Sullivan
  • Craig Herdrich
  • Cristyn Chandler
  • Derrick Acosta
  • Dominic Lerma
  • Dustin Roller
  • Gage Magosin
  • George Jac
  • Jay Jee
  • Jon Maxwell
  • Jordan Jacobo
  • Karl Backus
  • Karenssa LeGear
  • Laura Bohlin
  • Laura Marie Davis
  • Letizia Baker
  • Lisa Galer
  • Lisa Winans
  • Lori Jones
  • Luke Pensabene
  • M Keala Milles
  • Marci Krown
  • Mark Atkinson
  • Mark Anthony Cox
  • Mark Allyn
  • Merrick McCartha
  • Natalia Sevilla
  • Noah Kipnis
  • Raye Richards
  • Rocco Botte
  • Ron Christopher Jones
  • Shane P. Allen
  • Shelly Ro
  • Sofia Carrillo
  • Stephanie De Silva
  • Taylor Barnes
  • Tyler J. Oakley
  • Whitney Wegman[15]

References[edit]

  1. SDGLN, Timothy Rawles-Community Editor for (February 13, 2017). "Inaugural San Diego Film Week begins with old Hollywood style". San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
  2. "Weekend Roundup: Top San Diego Events for Feb. 9-12". SoCalPulse. February 8, 2017.
  3. "Finance and Distribution for independent TV, Film, and Online Content 101 - San Diego Film Week Workshop | New Media Rights". www.newmediarights.org.
  4. Dawson, David (February 6, 2017). "Jodi Cilley and San Diego Film Week".
  5. "San Diego Film Week". KPBS Public Media.
  6. "San Diego Film Week". ALT 949.
  7. "kusi.com".
  8. "CW6 San Diego". cw6sandiego.com. Archived from the original on 2017-03-08. Retrieved 2018-08-16. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. "San Diego Reader". sandiegoreader.com/.
  10. "San Diego Film Week 2020". San Diego Film Week 2020.
  11. "Monte Carlo Closing Party and Awards Ceremony".
  12. "A Life Lived Screening".
  13. "South of 8 Screening".
  14. 14.0 14.1 "SD Film Week Award Winners- Juried Awards".
  15. "A- List Acting Awards".

External links[edit]


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