2013’s Two Short Nights screened some great short films and highlighted the talented local filmmakers, but with all of the films shown it was time for Colourburn’s Damo Cross to take to the stage and present this year’s awards.
The awards up for grabs included: The Best Devon Short Film Commission 2013, Best Film in Screening, Best International Film 2013, 48 Hour Film Challenge 2013 and the Audience Award. This year’s awards were designed by Ben Huggins and they were served -not presented -from a freezer.
The Best Devon Short Film Commission 2013 was awarded to my personal favourite, Old, Grey and Fast (Hill, 2013).
Best Film in Screening went to Torbay’s Tom Austin for Host Familie (Austin, 2013).
Best International Film 2013 went to Icberg (Rudolph, 2013), which was screened in Fresh Choices and Old Conclusions.
The 48 Hour Film Challenge 2013 was awarded to GSOH, which was directed by Nick Gordon.
And finally, the much-coveted Audience Award was presented to, The Grendel Toots (O’Hara, 2013).
Two Short Nights continues to highlight the great filmmaking talents that Devon has to offer and for that, the team behind the festival should be commended. For more information please visit the festival’s website.
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