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Appy Film Fest Wrap
He told the audience that he hoped to make another film, noting that it would likely be guerrilla styled filmmaking
Sam St. Clair, chairman of the festival, announced that the Friday session raised about $1,300 for the restoration of the Keith Albee Theater organs.
Elsa Littlepage, in a vintage 40s era dress that color coordinated with the movie palace's decor supplied by the MU Theater Department, was the Master of Ceremonies for the Saturday portion of the festival.
Winners of the short and micro film awards included Ian Nolte's "Trace Around Your Heart," "ROTFL" "Oh Say Don't You See" and "Think Twice."
First Place : Dinosaur Burps - Oddney Strangerfield (Lungbutter)
Filmmakers : Patrick Mullen and Eyebox Video Productions
Gold Appy / Check for $500
Second Place : Trace Around Your Heart Filmmaker : Ian Nolte, WV Blue Appy / Check for $250.00
Third Place: Learning Is As Ordinary As Eating Rice At Home Film maker: Rhendi Greenwell TN Check for $100 No Appy: Check for $100
Micros First Place : ROTFL Filmmaker : Nicole Azarian Gold Appy / Check for $300
Second Place : O’ Say Can’t You See Filmmaker : Mi
Further scenes from the festival will be posted soon by photographer Jeff Hedgecock.