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2011 Atlanta Underground Film Festival: Award Winners

19 November 2011 9:04 AM, PST | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

The 8th annual Atlanta Underground Film Festival was held way back on Sep. 22-25 and the list of award winners is being published here in full below for archival reasons, not that this is certainly breaking news or anything.

The big winner of the fest went to Damon Russell’s Snow on tha Bluff, which won for Best Feature. The film has played at numerous underground fests throughout the year and also previously was tied for Best Narrative at the 18th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival.

Best Short Film went to Flavio Alves’s The Secret Friend.

Here’s the full list of award winners:

2011 Features:

Best Feature

Snow on tha Bluff, dir. Damon Russell

Best Drama Feature

Moment of Truth: The Andy Meyers Story, dir. Steven Crowley

Best Comedy Feature

Planet World, dir. Doug Manley

Best Documentary Feature

Cultures of Resistance, dir. Iara Lee

Best Foreign Feature

Film, dir. »

- Mike Everleth

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2011 Antimatter Film Festival: Official Lineup

12 October 2011 12:33 PM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

The 14th annual Antimatter Film Festival in Vancouver, BC, Canada is an epic 9-day event of expanded cinema performances, feature-length documentaries an a ton of experimental short films and festivals.

There are seven feature documentaries screening including Marie Losier‘s hit The Ballad of Genesis & Lady Jaye, a profile of the pandrogenous entity, Breyer P-Orridge; and Chris Metzler & Lev Kalman’s popular Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, about the legendary ska punk band. Plus, there’s Adele Horne’s And Again and more.

On the expanded cinema front, Antimatter welcomes retrospectives of Kerry Laitala, who will be presenting a selection of her 3D light and motion experiments; and Roger Beebe will screen a series of multi-projector performances.

As for the short films, the real highlight of the fest is a screening of Jaimz Asmundson‘s trippy and powerful The Magus, a fictional/documentary hybrid of his father’s Satanic painting process. »

- Mike Everleth

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