The Winning Films at the 13th Annual Milwaukee Short Film Festival.

posted Nov 5, 2011, 8:38 PM by Ross Bigley
(Milwaukee) Tonight we closed out a very successful edition of our festival, great films all around, and a great turn out for the features we screened. Patrik Beck's Broken Orbit, Kyle Richards Amateur Monster Movie, and Justine Romine's Afraid of Sunrise all had great audience response. 
 
The Milwaukee Independent Film Society and the Milwaukee Short Film Festival are proud to present:
 
Best Film: A Finger, Two Dots Then Me by David Holechek

Honorary Mention (2nd Place): Abbie by Erin Good.

Best Wisconsin Film: Baden Krunk by Anthony Wood and Patrick Holland

Best Director (tie) Baden Krunk by Anthony Wood and Patrick Holland
and A Finger, Two Dots Then Me by David Holechek

Best Actor (tie) Jacinta Acevski (Abbie), Emma Rigby (Analogue Love)

Best Ensemble: Forgiven directed by Evan Atwood.

Audience Favorite: A Finger, Two Dots Then Me by David Holechek
 
Pace-setter Honorees: The Wildwood Film Festival (Craig A Knitt, Jason Buss, and Thomas Thorne)
 
A big thank you to our emcee hosts Jon Anne Willow and John Van Slyke. Thank you to the Milwaukee Art Museum for allowing us to host our event there. Special thanks to all of our sponsors.
 
And thank you to all of you who supported us this weekend.
 
Patrick Holland from Baden Krunk. (Best Wisconsin Film, Best Directors)
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