Alan Inkles, director of the Stony Brook Film Festival, hosted the 2004 Closing Night Awards Reception on Saturday evening, July 31, in the Staller Center for the Arts’ University Art Gallery. John Anderson, Newsday’s film critic, was also a host, presenting the awards to the moviemakers.
2004 GRAND PRIZE
THE ROCKET POST ^ Directed by Stephen Whittaker; written by James MacInnes and William Morrissey ^ Produced by Mark Shorrock ^ From Kathy Morgan International
2004 JURY AWARD — BEST FEATURE ^
SAINTS AND SOLDIERS ^ Directed by Ryan Little; written by Geoffrey Panos and Matt Whitaker ^ Produced by Adam Abel and Ryan Little
2004 AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD — BEST FEATURE
HER MAJESTY ^ Written and directed by Mark J. Gordon ^ Produced by Walter Coblenz
2004 JURY AWARD — BEST SHORT
DAY OF INDEPENDENCE ^ Directed by Chris Tashima ^ Screenwriters: Chris Tashima and Tim Toyama
2004 AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD — BEST SHORT
COLORFORMS ^ Written and directed by Eva Saks
2004 STONY BROOK FILM FESTIVAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
2004 STONY BROOK FILM FESTIVAL CONTRIBUTION TO FILM AWARD
Writer, director and producer of “Broadway: The Golden Age”
The Stony Brook Film Festival screens one film at a time in the Staller Center Main Stage Theater. Special screenings, premieres, and features and shorts in competition are in the mix. This year a passholder bonus panel included filmmakers and distributors whose films were screening in the festival was held in the Charles A. Wang Center adjacent to Staller Center at the University.
Stony Brook screens only 35 mm and 16 mm films. All films are shown on the Staller Center 40 foot wide screen in a 1000+ seat theater.
For more info, visit the Stony Brook Film Festival website.