Screen of Screams People’s Choice Awards

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The San Diego Screen of Screams Horror Film Festival awarded People’s Choice Awards to the three best Festival films as voted by the audience. And the winners are: (drum roll, please . . .) Photo Credit: Screen with Screams Film Festival

 


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Festival Awards

Director George Aaron Climer turned audience applause (and votes) into prizes for the three lucky winners of the Screen with Screams People’s Choice Awards. Three overflowing gift baskets – as well as tickets and gift certificates – rewarded three filmmakers’ efforts. Photo Credit: Screen with Screams Film Festival

 

 

Jack Wheeler at SwS

In third place was a short (well, it’s 44 minutes, so it’s not that short!) thriller about the problems a hit man brings when he moves in with two unsuspecting roommates. Brooklyn Bullet, directed by San Diego Film-maker Jack Wheeler (shown here with Festival Director George Climer), took home the goodies. Photo Credit: Screen with Screams Film Festival

 

 

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In second place was one of two entries by Studio Bless, the short film Mystic Skull 2. The film came in second by just one vote, giving it some bragging rights, indeed! Photo Credit: Screen with Screams Film Festival

 

 

 

 

 

bogy firstAnd the grand prize winner was that film made by Director Jake Byrd while he was clowning around, Bogy, the morality tale that impresses upon the young that one should not entertain a clown unless one wants the whole circus. Jake Byrd discusses the film with Actor and Producer James Chianese in the photo above. Photo Credit: Screen with Screams Film Festival

 

The awards were announced by Director George Climer to audience applause and cheers. Here’s a sample. Enjoy!

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