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The Wolf and the Medallion

The Wolf and The Medallion by Jeremy Collins won the top award, Best of Festival, at the 5Point Film Festival which ran April 28 – May 1, 2011 in Carbondale, Colorado.

The Wolf and The Medallion which had its world premiere at the festival is described as a thrilling experimental art performance by artist and climber, Jeremy Collins, the filmmaker who brought you last year’s beloved Border Country. Scored to live music, this multifaceted piece will take over your senses—most importantly, your sense of wonder. The Wolf and the Medallion is rooted in Collins’ personal climbing adventure to the border of China and Mongolia, where rumors of a virgin canyon of granite revealed a cultural and vertical experience like no other. From the summit of his first peak, Collins writes a letter to his son back home, a letter that guides the film along its peaks and valleys. An encompassing journey of fatherhood, brotherhood and adventure, The Wolf and the Medallion is a captivating and original tale.

The 2011 5Point Film Festival awards:

BEST OF FESTIVAL
The Wolf and The Medallion by Jeremy Collins

SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE
Cold by Anson Fogel and Cory Richards

Finalists:
Skateistan
Fly or Die
Swiss Machine

MOST INSPIRING STORY
Chasing Water by Peter McBride

Finalists:
Salt
Scrapertown
The Wolf and the Medallion

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Dark Side of the Lens by Mickey Smith

Finalists:
Life Cycles
Towers of Ennedi
Wildwater

JURY SPECIAL SELECTION
Scrapertown by Drea Cooper and Zack Canepari

Finalists:
Salt
Skateistan
Eastern Rises

PEOPLE’S CHOICE
Eastern Rises

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