2013 Audience Choice: Granny's Got Game, directed by Angela Alford
Beaufort International Film Festival
The mission of the Beaufort Film Festival is to enliven our community by fostering and developing a rich appreciation for the art of filmmaking.
In 2007 the Beaufort Regional Film Commission presented the inaugural Beaufort Film Festival. The purpose of the festival is to recognize aspiring filmmakers of almost every genre to include independent film, music, animation, short and long features, documentaries, and screenwriting.
It is also an opportunity to showcase the beautiful "film-friendly" region of Beaufort and the Carolina Sea Islands. For the past quarter of a century Beaufort has served as the backdrop for more than 20 major motion pictures, to include Forrest Gump, The Big Chill, The Prince of Tides, and many more. Through this festival we will reintroduce our sweeping marsh vistas, antebellum homes, and quiet charm of the old south to a new generation of filmmakers.
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2013 Beaufort International Film Festival Winners
Jean Ribaut Award For Excellence In Filmmaking: Mike Tolin
Best Documentary: Besa, The Promise, Directed by Rachel Goslins
Robert Smalls Indie Vision Award: Chris Binker
Best actor: Mike Wiley "Wolf Call"
Best Director: Rachel Goslins "Besa: The Promise"
Best Documentary: Besa, The Promise, directed by Rachel Goslins
Best Short Film: Wallenda, directed by V.W. Scheich
Best Screenplay: Bad Advice From Good People, by Gary Weeks
Best Student Film: Shoot the Moon, directed by Alexander Gaeta
Best Animated Film: Fish and Chicks, directed by Daniel Berkowitz
Audience Choice: Granny's Got Game, directed by Angela Alford
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