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2015 Slam Festival

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Awards

Septi Award Winner – “Lockhart FD” by No Consensus Films

Hip Clip Award Winner – “Lockhart FD” by No Consensus Films

Slammy Award Winner –   “One Sip” by Peregrinari Films

Spirit Award – “Hungry for a Sale” by The Intelli-Gents

Best Actress – Geena Pietromonaco in “Contact Improv” by Mo’ Film Productions

Best Actor – Alex Donnolo in “Best Intentions” By Sleep After 50

Best Editorial – “Chef’s Cut” by JJH Productions

Best Cinematography – “Lockhart FD” by No Consensus Films

Runner Ups

Septi Award Runner Up – “The Cake” by This had better be good films

Hip Clip Runner Up – “Contact Improv” by Mo’ Film Productions


2015 Festival Criteria

VISUAL ELEMENT

Somewhere in each team’s film, the provided “Slam Video” must appear on screen.  There are no requirements on when, where, or how long the clip appears in their film, as long as it is visually present.

LOCATION

2015’s location element incorporates several historic, long-running Spokane businesses.

Teams received a card with a number on it (1, 2, or 3). The number is red, green, or blue. That color corresponds with one of three downtown Spokane businesses that have been in operation for over 100 years.

The business that corresponds with a teams colored number must appear in their film. How they chose to feature it is up to them, but the physical exterior of the business location must be visually present in their film to count. A map citing each of these businesses and signifying which color they correspond can be found below.

BusinessMap
spokesman-red dodsons-green standarddigital-blue

 

Featured Business Featured Business Featured Business
The Spokesman Review Dodson’s Jewelers Standard Digital Print Co., Inc.

999 W Riverside
Spokane, WA 99201

516 W Riverside
Spokane, WA 99201
256 W Riverside
Spokane, WA 99201

 

THEME

Films must incorporate the provided theme and entries were judged by how well the theme was worked into it. The theme for this year’s competition is a food dish created by a local chef.

Teams received a card with a number on it (1, 2, or 3). This number corresponds to one of the three different culinary creations made by Spokane restaurant owners and chefs below. Each chef is featured in one of the below videos where they create the dish and talk about its significance.

#1 Boots Bakery and Lounge’s Allison Collins

Download Boots Bakery and Lounge’s Allison Collins video here.

#2 Central Food’s David Blaine

Download Central Food’s David Blaine video here.

#3 Sante Restaurant & Charcuterie’s Jeremy Hansen

Download Sante Restaurant & Charcuterie’s Jeremy Hansen video here.


2015 Festival Entries

Anything Good Takes Time


Aspirations


Bacon and Eggs of Life and Death


Best Intentions


Caramba


Chef's Cut


Comfort Zone


Contact Improv


Dog Gone


Dysention


For Your Enjoyment


Frisbee Dog


Granted


Horrible Bosses of Jeremy Hansen


How I Learned to Love Cake


Hungry For A Sale


I Brought Cake


Let them eat Cake


Lights in Our Sky


Lockhart FD


Morte por Forqueta


No Shoes Allowed


Omelette Sunday


One Sip


Piece of Cake


Qualia


Saturday


She Only Wants Me For My Body


Skeptical Revelations


Sourcer


Swiped


Teenage Mutant Ninja Poppos


The Cake


The Candidate


The Misadventures of Landu


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