The Final Fourth
Best Cinematography, Best Sound
A U.S. military base is taking its last stand under the lead of their fearless general, all while they have unknowingly been infiltrated by a spy from the future who is collecting relics for a museum of past milestone battles. For being assembled in such a short time, this film made great use of special effects and apparently had an actual Air Force hanger at their disposal. The banter of the cast brings sense of humor to a disastrous situation.
Night Of Productions
This tale of a magician walking his assistant through an amazing and deadly new trick is confusing as hell, but ends with a great ah-ha moment. It is edited in a way that gives the audience small pieces of misleading information about the motives of the magician and the outcome of the story.
Miles Beyond Magic
Spaghetti House Productions
Best Music, Best Genre
This is a documentary about a one-trick magician who manages to pull one final great trick out of his hat. The best part of this film is all of the stock footage of the great magician’s rise and fall from notoriety. Interviews with his fans, assistants and his arch nemesis add to the stone-faced humor that they magnificently capture.
Heung Yau Films
Finally, a movie exploring the magical potential that can be found in a roll of toilet paper! A magician stumbles upon the great ability to manipulate time that is possessed by a roll of two-ply. He and his assistant manipulate time with disastrous results as the origin of the powers are unclear, and the scenarios laid out are funny and random.
What’s a Film Permit?
This one has it all: gender bending muppets and a woman who can only read your mind when you are thinking about death metal. What more do you need to make the perfect film? That about sums it up for me.