FFF 2013 Animated Films Announced

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The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce its official program of animation for 2013. Congratulations to our outstanding group of moviemakers.

WINNER BEST ANIMATION:

Junkyard (Hisko Hulsing)

HONORABLE MENTION:

Bike Race (Tom Schroeder)

HONORABLE MENTION:

The Pub (Joseph Pierce)

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS:

Dr. Breakfast (Stephan Neary)

Dziad I Baba (The Old Man and the Old Woman) (Basia Goszczynska)

Fear of Flying (Conor Finnegan)

I Am Tom Moody (Ainslie Henderson)

Marcel, King of Tervuren (Tom Schroeder)

Poor Billy – Chapter One, Billy’s Parents (Christian Goutsis)

This Land Is Mine (Nina Paley)

FFF 2013 Documentary Feature Films Announced

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The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce its official program of documentary features for 2013. Congratulations to our outstanding group of moviemakers.

WINNER BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE:

Informant (Jamie Meltzer)

HONORABLE MENTION:

Uprising (Fredrick Stanton)

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS:

Blood Brother (Steve Hoover)

From Wasioja to Washington (Samuel Henderson)

It Was Rape (Jennifer Baumgardner)

Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful (Yuriko Gamo Romer)

Smoke Traders (Jeff Dorn)

The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads (Jennifer Tennican)

Unfit: Ward vs. Ward (Katie Carmichael, Penny Edmiston, & Edwin Scharlau)

Wild Bill’s Run (Mike Scholtz)

 

FFF 2013 Documentary Short Films Announced

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The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce its official program of documentary shorts for 2013. Congratulations to our outstanding group of moviemakers.

WINNER BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT:

Walk Tall (Kate Sullivan)

HONORABLE MENTION:

Into Thick Air (David Story)

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS:

The Children Next Door (Doug Block)

Covenant (Michael Mercil)

The Debutante Hunters (Maria White)

I Need a Hero (W. H. Bourne)

The Love Competition (Brent Hoff)

Resight (Sama Waham)

Same Difference (Lisa Udelson and Catherine Opie)

Shape of Things to Come (Matt Day)

 

FFF 2013 Experimental Films Announced

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The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce its official program of experimental films for 2013. Congratulations to our outstanding group of moviemakers.

WINNER BEST EXPERIMENTAL:

Green Lady (Jordan Baseman)

HONORABLE MENTION:

The Deep Dark (Laura Heit)

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS:

Arbor (Janie Geiser)

Casting (Jacob Swanson)

Hex Suffice Cache Ten (Thorsten Fleisch)

In Carcosa (Chris Ernst)

Ramp (Sama Waham)

Retrocognition (Eric Patrick)

Ricky (Janie Geiser)

The Sea [Is Still] Around Us (Hope Tucker)

The Search for Inspiration Gone (Ashley Michael Briggs)

Taxonomy (Karen Aqua)

Visitation (Suzan Pitt)

FFF 2013 Narrative Feature Films Announced

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The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce its official program of narrative features for 2013. Congratulations to our outstanding group of moviemakers.

WINNER BEST NARRATIVE FEATURE:

The Last Push (Eric Hayden)

HONORABLE MENTION:

Confine (Tobias Tobbell)

HONORABLE MENTION:

Dimensions: A Line, a Loop, a Tangle of Threads (Sloane U’Ren)

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS:

Alguem Qualquer (Anyone Out There) (Tiaraju Aronovich)

The Life of Riley (Carrie Boberg)

Lost on Purpose (Ian Nelms & Eshom Nelms)

Pechorin (Roman Khrushch)

The Shape of Rex (Layne Coleman & William Hominuke)

FFF 2013 Narrative Short Films Announced

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The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce its official program of narrative shorts for 2013. Congratulations to our outstanding group of moviemakers.

WINNER BEST NARRATIVE SHORT:

Dood van een Shaduw (Death of a Shadow) (Tom Van Avermaet)

HONORABLE MENTION:

Paulie (Andrew Nackman)

HONORABLE MENTION:

Throat Song (Miranda de Pencier)

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS:

Blackbird (Harry Buerkle)

The Coffers (Eric Wilson)

Double or Nothing (Nathaniel Krause)

From Darkness (Andrew Erin)

Happy Voodoo (Jenny Goddard)

Head’s Up (Alex Merkin)

Henri (Eli Sasich)

How NOT to Quit Your Day Job (Mark Kerins)

1000 Grams (Tom Bewilogua)

The Office One (Jinyoup Kim)

Pesaran-e-Buzkashi (Buzkashi Boys) (Sam French)

The Pinto Edition (Elwin Bes)

Playing Through (Paul Wagner)

Private Sun (Rami Alayan)

Scenen (Hans Montelius)

Shino’s Show (Adam Watkins)

The Silk (Nathalie Boltt & Clare Burgess)

The Things My Father Never Taught Me (Burleigh Smith)

Threshold (Chase Thompson)

Tu & Eu (Edward Shieh)

Werewolf in a Girls’ Sorority (Andy Mogren)

Young(ish) (Renee Felice Smith)

FFF 2013 Student Films Announced

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The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce its official program of student films for 2013. Congratulations to our outstanding group of moviemakers.

WINNER BEST STUDENT FILM:

Tsuyako (Mitsuyo Miyazaki)

HONORABLE MENTION: 

The Maiden and the Princess (Ali Scher)

HONORABLE MENTION:

Offline (Benjamin Lenz & Ian Bawa)

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS:

Incident at Public School 173 (Andrew Tilley)

Local Tourists (Doug Lenox)

Love Is No News (David Oleary)

Mossadegh (Roozbeh Dadvand)

Mother’s Milk (Sua Me) (Andy DeJohn)

Shoot the Moon (Alexander Gaeta)

Snow (Isaac Ergas)

Storywoods (Mary Horan)

The Naked Leading the Blind (Wim Vanacker)

To Rest in Peace (Fawaz Al-Matrouk)

Try Number Three (Matt Eckholm)

FFF 2013 Program Announcement

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Judging is nearly complete in all categories of movies submitted to the 2013 Fargo Film Festival. The announcement of winning films, honorable mentions, and official selections will be made soon, and lists of titles for every category will be posted on the Fargo Film Festival website. The many volunteers, judges, and staff members of the Fargo Film Festival want to thank each and every moviemaker who submitted work for consideration. The quality of content continues to amaze and inspire.

Submissions for FFF 2013 Closed, Judging Underway

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With the close of submissions, the 2013 Fargo Film Festival committees have begun the challenging task of judging more than two hundred entries from which to select the programming for the upcoming festival in March. Once again, moviemakers from near and far turned in their work, from one-minute shorts to two-hour features. The Fargo Film Festival attracts a cross-section of engaging visual works from all over the world, and looks forward to announcing our program once the juries have finished their work.

The 13th Annual Fargo Film Festival Now Accepting Withoutabox Online Entries!

 

The Fargo Film Festival prefers online entries submitted via Withoutabox.com, which provides cost-saving, paperless submission to film festivals around the world. Withoutabox’s internet-only submission platform features online applications via one master entry form, online fee payments, press kits, and the option to use Secure Online Screeners, an economical, eco-friendly, and secure alternative to traditional hard-copy DVD submissions. Fill out one master entry form and take advantage of quick entry, extended deadlines, and powerful submission management tools. There’s no extra cost to you, and by submitting, you’ll join Withoutabox’s global filmmaker community and stay in the loop about international exhibition opportunities. Click to submit your film today!