Schedule of Winning Films now posted!

Congratulations to all the winners in the following competition categories. Winning film in the George Sidney, Central Coast and Audience Award categories will play this week, from Monday-Thursday at the Downtown Cinemas.

Festival passes WILL NOT be accepted, and there will not be filmmakers present. But you’ll have a chance to catch up on some of the films you might never get another opportunity to watch! All movies are $8.50 and include a medium popcorn!

2018 WINNING FILMS and SCREENING SCHEDULE
Downtown Cinemas, 888 Marsh St. San Luis Obispo

GEORGE SIDNEY INDEPENDENT FILM CATEGORY

Feature-Length Documentary: BECOMING WHO I WAS
Plays M, T, W, Th at 4pm

Feature-Length Narrative: BEAUTY MARK
Plays M, T, W, Th at 1pm

Short Narrative:  TWO STRANGERS WHO MEET FIVE TIMES
Plays M, T, W, Th at 1pm

Short Documentary:  PRINCE OF SMOKE
Plays M, T, W, Th at 4pm

Student Film: MAN ON FIRE
Plays M, T, W, Th at 7pm

CENTRAL COAST FILMMAKER CATEGORY

Feature-Length Documentary: BROKE: The Santa Barbara Oil Spill of 2015
Plays M, T, W, Th at 4pm

Short Narrative:  MAUDIE
Plays M, T, W, Th at 1pm

Short Documentary: THE BOATMAKER
Plays M, T, W, Th at 7pm

Student Film: DADDY
Plays M, T, W, Th at 7pm

AUDIENCE AWARDS

Best Documentary Feature: FIDDLIN’
Plays M, T, W, Th at 1pm

Best Narrative Feature: STREAKER
Plays M, T, W, Th at 4pm

Best Short Documentary: MY INDIANA MUSE
Plays M, T, W, Th at 1pm

Best Narrative Short: RECEPTION
Plays M, T, W, Th at 4pm

Best in the Fest: SKID ROW MARATHON
Plays M, T, W, Th at 7pm

FILMMAKERS OF TOMORROW SHOWCASE

Best Individual: Peel (High School) /// Maybe the Monster (middle school)

Best Group: Mind Trap (high school) /// The Wild Child (middle school)

Best SLO County: One Life

The Wild World We Love Award: How to Keep Wildlife Safe

Best Animated: Gourmet Stray

Best International: TIE: Jasmine Stung and Cycle, Cycle, Cycle