2011 Best of Festival Nominees
Judges in the 2011 U.S. International Film & Video Festival have selected 15 nominees for Best of Festival, drawn from hundreds of entries that came from 25 countries. Nominees were named in the Corporate and Documentary categories.
Chosen in the Corporate category were Industria Film Studios, Mexico City, for a two minute, four-second entry titled “Manifiesto,” done for Procter & Gamble. The agency also received a nomination for “Mexico In Your Senses,” a six-minute, 52-second entry done for the Mexican Government whose aim was to share the Mexican identity and diversity as it shared Mexican geography.
“Music,” a 4-minute entry from BIS Inc., Tokyo, Japan, also was nominated for Best of Festival in the Corporate category. The client was Honda.
Four entrants shared nominations in the Documentary category. Film Magic Ltd., Hong Kong, was chosen for its six-minute seven-second entry “Better City, Better Life in Panorama,” intended for the audience at the Expo 2010 Chinese Theme Pavilion.
Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Cologne, Germany was selected for “The Blood of the Rose,” its one hour 30-minute entry. The client was WDR.
“Chopin’s Story by Ian Gillan from Deep Purple,”a 23-minute 17-second entry from TV Project sp. Z.o.o., Warsaw, Poland, received a nomination. The client was TV Project sp. Z.o.o.
Also in the Documentary category, The National Gallery of Art, Landover, Md., USA, was nominated for “Gauguin: Maker of Myth,” a 27-minute, 45-second entry intended for museum visitors to the National Gallery of Art and produced as part of its Gauguin exhibition.