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Song For Hope: The Ryan Anthony Story by Chris Haigh
Song For Hope: The Ryan Anthony Story by Chris Haigh (screengrab via Youtube)

The 16th Beaufort International Film Festival came to a close on Sunday night and announced the winning films and filmmakers. Included at the festival were 15 World Premieres and 44 films making their South Carolina Debut.

The winners of the 16th Beaufort International Film Festival are:

Behind the Scenes Award: Tona B. Dahlquist, Columbia, SC
Rising Star Award: Simeon Daise, Atlanta, GA
Best Screenplay: Stealing the Moon, Written by, Eric Carlson, Richmond, VA
Best Animation: There You Are, Rui Huang, Director, Los Angeles, CA
Best Student Film: Winter of ’79, Julia Elihu, Director, Orange, CA
Best Narrative Short Film: All That Glitters, Dan Bronzite, Director, Essex, United Kingdom
Best Documentary Feature: Song For Hope: The Ryan Anthony Story, Chris Haigh, Director, Northridge, CA
Best Documentary Short: Meltdown in Dixie, Emily Harold, Director, New York, NY
Best Feature: Re-Opening, Chris Guerra and Matthew Koppin, Directors, Burbank, CA
Duty and Honor: Veterans Journey Home: Leaving It On the Land, Frederick Marx, Director, Oakland, Ca
Best Comedy: Re-Opening, Feature Film
Best: Ensemble Cast: Over My Dead Body, Short Film
Best Musical Score: Song For Hope: The Ryan Anthony Story, Anthony Di Lorenzo, Composer
Best Actress: Lisa Belcher, Guest of Honor, Austin, TX
Best Actor: Stephen Dexter, American Morning, New York, NY
Best Director: Meital Cohen Navarro, Over My Dead Body, Los Angeles, CA
Audience Choice Award: The Long Rider, Sean Cisterna, Director, Ontario, CA
Susan A. K. Shaffer Humanitarian Award: Sacred Waters: The Okefenokee in Peril, Mark Albertin, Director, Augusta, GA

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