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The Rock-itt : October 2011
The event was attended by numerous dignitaries including the Mayor of Manly Jean Hay, the Mayor of Warringah Michael Regan and Pittwater’s Deputy Mayor Ian White and hosted by the long-time 24/7 supporter, Peter Phelps. There were also councillors and staff of Pittwater, Warringah, Manly and Mosman councils, as well as sponsors and their representatives. Teams and families arrived in excited anticipation to see who would scoop the prize pool. After some beautiful acoustic music provided by Viktoria Bolonina and the showing of the Items film, the Reelability film, which came in at 11th place was shown to the delight of viewers. The 24/7 Film Festival has held a component called Reelability for the past three years. This is a collaborative project between young people from Sunnyfield, and m embers of Manly Youth Council. This is the first year Reelability has entered the competition legitimately m eeting the criteria and completing their film within 24 hours of knowing the secret items. It should be noted that their script, acting, and editing all contributed to them almost making the finals with fantastic flair and comedy. And finally... the prizes! Monkey on My Back was the clear favourite taking out Best Film, Audience Choice, Best Script and Best Actor going to Pat Feary. They faced stiff competition in the judging with Best Under 18’s Film going to Helmet Head, and Best Under 15’s Film going to This Side Up, which also took out Best Emerging Actor which went to Olivia Eastwood. Best Use of an Item went to Time W ill Tell for their excellent use of the theme of Sustainability. Hilarious Chalk & Cheese walked away with Best Audio and Best Editing, and Best Cinematography went to the beautiful Interactions. And that was it for one more year. For more highlights from this year’s 24/7 Youth Film Festival visit http://247youthfilmfestival.tumblr.com And keep your ey e out for next year’s festival – our 10th year! Best Cinematography 2011 Best Audio 2011 Best Item 2011 Best Film Under 15 2011 We haven’t disappeared, just moved around the back into Market Lane, almost opposite the entrance to Manly Library We are offering the same great deals on all types of custom picture framing 3 Market Lane, Manly NSW 2095 Phone: 99778262 Mob: 0423 619 144