The following films are Official Selection of the Philadelphia Filmathon, a part of the 2010 Project Twenty1 Film & Animation Festival. It was an extremely tough competition this year, and these films was chosen by our community screeners with only a handful of others from a pool of over 4,000 minutes of film and animation.
All screenings will be taking place between Friday, October 1st and Sunday, October 3rd at the International House Philadelphia, a newly-renovated 350-seat theater located at 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA.
We will post a schedule including screening slots for not only the Philadelphia Filmathon, but the 21-Day Filmmaking Competition, Parties, and workshops in the coming week.
Congratulations to all Official Selections!
A Day at the Park – Spencer Stuard, California
After The Storm – Michael Lloyd Green, Florida
Alienative – Kevin Lee, Pennsylvania
Animal Drill – Patrick Murphy, New York
Astronaut Goes From Migrant Fields To Outer Space – David Moolten, Pennsylvania
The Buck Johnson Story – Blake McCray, Florida
Emily in the A.M. – Kate McMeans, Pennsylvania
Employee of the Month – William Greenwalt, Pennsylvania
Field Trip, Anita George, California
First Kill – Micah Ranum, Florida
For a Fistful of Snow – Julien Ezri, Switzerland
Gumbo – Veleeta DaCosta, California
Handlebar – Michael McCallum, Michigan
Jerry Strikes Back – Orrin Zucker, Massachusetts
Leka med Dockor – Hans Montelius, Sweden
The Loop – Richard Lounello, New York
Mission H2O – Sung kyu Koo, New Jersey
My Sister’s Butt – Pilar Newton, New York
Night Terrors – Matthew Thompson, Pennsylvania
No Footing – Michael Licisyn, New Jersey
The Orange – Nick Fox-Gieg, Canada
Parking Garage – Justin Lazernik, Florida
Rehabilitation – Jeannie Sconzo, New Jersey
Sandwich Sam – Jamison Conti, Pennsylvania
Skimming the Surface – Landon Lott, Louisiana
Soccer Time – Edmond Hawkins, New York
Son of a Beach – Rob Walker, Colorado
Suckathumb – Xstine Cook, Canada
Survival – Soyeon Kim, California
Tea & Sympathy – Patrick McMahon, United Kingdom
To Africa – Barb Steele, California
Tommy and Me – Raymond Werner, Pennsylvania
Vignette’s of a Writer’s Block – Nicole Favale, New York
Woebegone – Devin Hume, Colorado
The Zucchini That Ate New York Vs. Tomatozilla – Caroline Fraissinet, Pennsylvania
For those that do not appear on this list, don’t despair, this is not goodbye – this is “I’ll see you later!” The 2010 Filmathon is just the beginning of the potential for us to get your film seen. We believe that films never have an expiration date, and often films do not “fit together” in a properly flowing screening set.
If you chose to be a part of our Film Library beyond our 2010 festival, we’ll keep looking for opportunities to get your film screened at our partner festivals and events until you tell us to stop. Likewise, if you make any changes or improvement to your film, feel free to send us a new copy at any time and we will swap it from. If you did not check that box on your submission form or Withoutabox, don’t worry, we will officially pull your film from consideration for future screenings.