SSFF 2019 Award Winners

Best of Festival ~ Feature
Widow's Point
Best of Festival ~ Documentary
The Man in the Mask
Best of Festival ~ Short Film
The Party
Best Feature
#Stealth
Best Short
Father's Day
Best Director ~ Feature
Inga Vosk for #Stealth
Best Director ~ Short
Mackenzie Bartlett for The Party
Best Female Actor ~ Feature
Arissa Page for Scarlet Cay
Best Female Actor ~ Short
Sam Pannier for Mosaic
Best Male Actor ~ Feature
Craig Sheffer for Widow's Point
Best Male Actor ~ Short
Kris Salvi for I Am A Raindog
Best New England Feature
Code Name: Dynastud
Best New England Short
Alex (& Scott)

Best Local Comedy Short
Winkville

Best Local Horror Short
Irreparable
Best Horror Feature
Nefarious
Best Horror Short
From Within
Best Feature Documentary
Reed Unbound: The Joel Reed Story
Best Short Documentary
Umbilicus Desidero
Best Comedy Feature
Batraticus
Best Comedy Short
Adam Adamson
Best Foreign Feature
May 1967 (The Golden Age)
Best Foreign Short
Midnight
Best Student Short
See Me
The WTF Award
Bennifer
Best Experimental Feature
Afraid of Nothing
Best Experimental Short
Sunny
Best Animation
Dragonfly
Best Mobile Device Short
Shower Alone
William Gerry Award
Gregory Lamberson
Woman in Film Award
Raeschelle Cooke
Outstanding Achievement Award
Inga Vosk
Best Newcomer Award
Diana Porter
Jami Tennille
Best Writer ~ Feature
Jason H. York and Joe Lemieux for The Stoop
Best Writer ~ Short
Lindsay Serrano for MissUnderstood Monster
Best Cinematography
Christopher Foulser for Nefarious
Best Cinematography ~ Short
Nitya Mehrotra for Convergence Point
Best Score ~ Feature
Armand John Petri and Joe Roller for Widow's Point
Best Score ~ Short
Bryan Fusco for Facing Life
Best Editing ~ Feature
Stephen Frost for Leave Now
Best Editing ~ Short
Michael J. Epstein for The Obliteration of the Chickens
Best Screenplay
The Tickle Monster by Dana Hamer
First Runner Up: Meet Me at the Sinclair by Guthrie Roy Hartford
Best Short Screenplay
The Squirrels in the Attic by Rachel Thomas-Medwid
First Runner Up: High Ground by Christine Celozzi and Sean Carmichael

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