SF37 Winners Announced!

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Winners for the Shorts and Features at this year's Boston Sci-Fi Fest have been announced.

It was an extremely difficult year for the judges. The quality and quantity of excellent films bordered on daunting, but the judges have made their decisions.

Please go HERE FOR THE LIST OF WINNERS - Shorts Competition.

Please go HERE FOR THE LIST OF WINNERS - Features Competition. .

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Next year's Fest and 'Thon happen Feb. 8 thru 18, 2013 at the Somerville Theatre in Boston, MA. We expect to screen about 50 shorts and nearly 25 features from around the world. Stay tuned for submission details.

Meanwhile we're hard at work on The Boston Terror'Thon "12, a month long journey into things that do more that bump in the night. That will be appropriately enough screen October 1 - 31, 2012.

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Comments

A good idea would be to put

A good idea would be to put online the whole 24h film festival as a record for every year. This way many who can't attend to festival will see it here on your site and maybe will try to attend next year.

Best post-apocalyptic film?

Hmm. I saw many in my youth, including some at the early sci-fi marathons.

It's been too long since I've seen most of them ("The Last Days of Man on Earth," "The World, the Flesh, and the Devil," "A Boy and His Dog," "The Road Warrior," etc.), to remember clearly which was the best.

So, I'll shamelessly plug a pre-apocalyptic short, "Human File #752," which I co-directed:

http://castparty.com/humanfile.html

It would be fun to revisit that genre. Is your show available for listening online?

Hello

Great Movie I really like it so much.

good one

Wow, there's a place where see movies for 24 hours straight. You guys are nuts, and I mean that in a good way.