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48 Hour Film Project 2012 Winners Announced + Video

48 Hour Film Project 2012 Winners Announced Photo by Jarred Gastreich
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Dim the lights Video by "Imagined Slights" by team Boxing Clever

Fifteen of the best films from the 2012 St. Louis 48 Hour Film Project screened to a sold out theatre on Thursday June 14 at the Tivoli Theatre.

Following the ceremony, awards were announced including the 2012 St. Louis Best Film. Overall 71 out of 72 films were turned in and 55 were turned in on time and were eligible for awards. Congratulations to team Boxing Clever for their winning film, Imagined Slights and to all teams for another great year of St. Louis filmmaking!

 

Full list of awards:

 

Best Film
IMAGINED SLIGHTS
by Boxing Clever
 
Best Directing
Committed
by STLfilmpunks
 
Best Writing
Committed
by STLfilmpunks
 
Best Editing
Handle With Care
by C-300PO
 
Best Acting Ensemble
Departure
by Brainfreeze Productions
 
Best Male Lead
No Strings
by State of Mind Productions
 
Best Female Lead
HELLO DOLLIE
by RED RAZOR
 
Best Cinematography
HELLO DOLLIE
by RED RAZOR
 
Best Sound Design
Play Time
by Anonymous Productions
 
Best Use of Character
Lord Bananas Big-Time Bonanza
by Hugh Sullivan Productions
 
Best Use of Prop
Departure
by Brainfreeze Productions
 
Best us of Line of Dialogue
Tension
by BitDepth Productions
 
Best Graphics
One Small Step
by VAMOOSE
 
Best Special Effects
Lemon
by Montage 4
 
Best Musical Score
Lemon
by Montage 4
 
Best Choreography 
Zoe 
by NaN studios
 
Best Costumes 
Zoe 
by NaN Studios
 
1st Runner Up for Best Film
Departure
by Brainfreeze Productions
 
2nd Runner Up for Best Film
Play Time
by Anonymous Productions
 
Audience Award Screening Group A - TIE
Zoe
by NaN studios
 
AND
 
Googly-Eyed
by A is for Amateur
 
Audience Award Screening Group B
Handle With Care
by C-300PO
 
Audience Award Screening Group C
IMAGINED SLIGHTS
by Boxing Clever
 
Audience Award Screening Group D
Play Time
by Anonymous Productions
 
Audience Award Screening Group E
Committed
by STLfilmpunks
 
Audience Award Screening Group F
The Delusionist
by Avenues
 
 
 
The list of films that screened at the Best of St. Louis included:
Committed by STLfilmpunks
Departure by Brainfreeze Productions
Googly-Eyed by A is for Amateur
Handle With Care by C-300PO
HELLO DOLLIE by RED RAZOR
IMAGINED SLIGHTS by Boxing Clever
Interview #201 by Ash and Ground
Lemon by Montage 4
Lord Bananas Big-Time Bonanza by Hugh Sullivan Productions
No Strings by State of Mind Productions
One Small Step by VAMOOSE
Play Time by Anonymous Productions
Tension by BitDepth Productions
The Vampiring by One Handsome Man
Zoe by NaN studios
 
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All photos by Jarred Gastreich.

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