Last weekend, The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival returned for its third year in New York City. The festival was a success, selling out after receiving mentions in The New York Times and The New York Daily News in addition to a televised interview with festival director Daniel Abella on NBC News 4 New York. Here is the official list of award winners from this year’s festival.
Third Annual Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival Winners
Best Philip K. Dick Feature
Nightmare Code (2014) directed by Mark Netter (website)
Best Science Fiction Feature
Inverse (2014) directed by Matt Duggan (website)
Best Supernatural Feature
21 Days (2014) directed by Kathleen Behun (website)
Best Feature Documentary/Singularity and Beyond
Montauk Chronicles (2015) directed by Christopher P. Garetano (website)
Painting the Way to the Moon (2014) directed by Jacob Akira Okada (website)
Best Philip K. Dick Short – Audience Award
The Fischer Case (2014) directed by Etienne Gravrand (IMDb page)
Best Latino, African American and Other People of Color Short
Similo (2014) directed by Bruno Zacarías and MacGregor (website)
Best Science Fiction Short
Turn On (2013) directed by Mat Owen (website)
Best Horror/Supernatural Short
Vomica (2014) directed by Andy Green (trailer)
Best Web Series
The Disappeared (2014) directed by Aldo Romero (trailer)
The Spaceship (2014) directed by Eric Norcross (website)
Congratulations to all of the winners!
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