MIFF Announces 2014 Superlative Award Nominees

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BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE – The Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF) has announced its 2014 Superlative Award nominees. This year’s theme is “From Bollywood to Hollywood” to celebrate the wonderful contribution of Indian filmmakers to cinema.

The Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF) has announced its 2014 Superlative Award nominees. This year's theme is "From Bollywood to Hollywood" to celebrate the wonderful contribution of Indian filmmakers to cinema. (MIFF image)

The Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF) has announced its 2014 Superlative Award nominees. This year’s theme is “From Bollywood to Hollywood” to celebrate the wonderful contribution of Indian filmmakers to cinema. (MIFF image)

Winners will be revealed on the second night of the festival, which runs October 10 and 11 at Premiere Theaters Oaks 10 in Melbourne.

MIFF 2014 Superlative Award Nominations

Best Animation
• Complicit directed by Gavin Hoffman
• Sassafras in “What is Metamorphosis” directed by Sue Dontell

Best Cinematography
• Amazing Grace directed by Todd Thompson
• Army of Frankensteins directed by Ryan Bellgardt
• A Trip to the Island directed by Hrant Alianak
• Nova Road directed By Ashton Kristopher Bracciodieta

MIFF-1-180Best Comedy
• 500 Miles to Taco Bell by Mortal Komband directed by Lear Bunda
• Chewing the Scenery directed by Steven Krimmel and Kristine Gerolaga
• Don’t Tell Your Mother directed by Phil Lister
• Mama Cougar 2 directed by Phil Lister
• Officer Craig & the Pregnant Woman directed by Kitty Patterson
• Satellite Beach directed by Luke and Andrew Wilson
• The Script directed by Ashay Dileep Javadekar
• SuperCakes directed by JoAnn Johnson

Best Documentary
• Air Mobile Joe directed by Roger Lee Miller
• My Life Was His Dream directed by Augusta Williams
• The Promotion directed by Sid Euby AKA Sid Vicious

Best Dramatic Short
• Amazing Grace directed by Todd Thompson
• Cheater No More directed by Sue Dontell
• Click directed by Rajesh Naroth
• Life Settlement directed by Bill Ronat
• Love is All We Got directed by Paulette King
• Peanut Butter Sandwich directed by Sue Dontell
• Reticent Fantasies directed by Kevin Shah
• The Rose directed by Doug Carroll
• Rumination directed by John Kilderry
• Spyglass directed by John Czere
• The Trade directed by Gerald Godbout
• Us directed by Robby Sparks

Best Horror/Thriller
• Army of Frankensteins directed by Ryan Bellgardt
• Green from the Grave directed by Roy Garton
• It Waits directed by Robert Massetti
• Jersey Shore Massacre directed by Paul Tarnopol
• Nova Road directed By Ashton Kristopher Bracciodieta
• The Society directed by Robby Sparks
• Voice from the Grave directed by Ray & Migdalia Etheridge

Best Musical Score
• Army of Frankensteins directed by Ryan Bellgardt
• Jersey Shore Massacre directed by Paul Tarnopol
• A Trip to the Island directed by Hrant Alianak

Best Music Video
• Panis Angelicus directed by Robby Sparks
• Memory directed by Steven Shea
• Relax & Chill directed by Greg and Lamar Pitts
• Seven Sisters directed by Craig Chapman
• Stronger directed by Steven Shea

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The Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF) has announced its 2014 Superlative Award nominees. This year’s theme is “From Bollywood to Hollywood” to celebrate the wonderful contribution of Indian filmmakers to cinema. Winners will be revealed on the second night of the festival, which runs October 10th and 11th at PremiereTheaters Oaks 10 in Melbourne. (Melbourne International Film Festival image)

The Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF) has announced its 2014 Superlative Award nominees. This year’s theme is “From Bollywood to Hollywood” to celebrate the wonderful contribution of Indian filmmakers to cinema. Winners will be revealed on the second night of the festival, which runs October 10th and 11th at PremiereTheaters Oaks 10 in Melbourne. (Melbourne International Film Festival image)


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