imperial county film commission

IMPERIAL COUNTY — The Imperial County Film Commission announced the winners of its fourth in a series of virtual film festivals. This festival focused on the laughs and smiles generated by the comedy genre, according to the press release.

Eleven entries were received, accepted for adjudication, and considered for judging. The winners are as follows: First place: Invasion of the Disco Loving Robots From Planet X directed by Lomai; Second place: Pulp Friction directed by Tony Olmos and Mark Atkinson; Third place: The Power Agent directed by Mark Atkinson.

The public is encouraged to view the festival entries between Nov. 22-29, by visiting the Film Commission website at www.FilmImperialCounty.com. Viewing is free.

The next virtual film festival will be Filmmakers Choice. Filmmakers are encouraged to create in the genre of filmmaking that they are most comfortable with. Films may be submitted from any genre, including animation and music videos. Winners will be chosen based on technical and storytelling merits.

Deadline for entry is Jan. 8, 2022. All films, videos, and applications must be submitted electronically through Dropbox, WeTransfer, Google Drive, or Vimeo (with download link enabled) or emailed to ImperialValleyFF@gmail.com.

Please visit FilmImperialCounty.com or the Facebook page for details, entry forms, and rules.

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