Awards for 2016

Crimmy

Best Actor - Short

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Best Actor

WINNER

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Best Actress

WINNER

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Best Actress - Short Film

WINNER

Best Director

WINNER

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Best Director - Short

WINNER

Best Produced Screenplay - Feature

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Night of Something Strange: Jonathan Straiton (director), Ron Bonk (executive producer)

Best Produced Screenplay (Short Film)

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Best Unproduced Screenplay

WINNER

Children of the Dead: Jeffrey Bassetti (screenwriter)
There was an error in the term "Produced" vs "Unproduced" ... the category I won is Best "Unproduced Screenplay"

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Diana Galimzyanova
Screenplay: "A Fangirl"

Best Cinematography

WINNER

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Night of Something Strange: Jonathan Straiton (director of photography), Ron Bonk (director of photography)

Best Special Effects

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Best Special Effects - Feature

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Best Special Effects - Short

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Horror Short

WINNER

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Audience Choice Award

WINNERS

The Group: Latracey McDowell (writer/director) (Stickerbriar Productions (production company))

The Group: Latracey McDowell (director/producer) (Stickerbriar Productions (production company))

Jury Award

WINNER

Best Feature Film

WINNER

The Barn: Justin M. Seaman (producer), Michael Prutzman (associate producer), Rocky Gray (associate producer), Christopher Vertosick (associate producer), Lee Walker (associate producer), Sebastian Page (associate producer) (Nevermore Production Films (production company))

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Night of Something Strange: Jonathan Straiton (director), Ron Bonk (executive producer), Kirk LaSalle (executive producer), Brie Straiton (producer) (Duke Studios (post production company), White Lightning Productions (production company), SRS Cinema (co-production company), Virtual InterActive Inc. (co-production company))

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