"The Naked Truth About Fairies"
1st Place Short Comedy Film at The 2015 Indie Gathering
About the film: When your fairy godmother has ADD, be careful what you wish for.
INTERVIEW WITH WRITER/PRODUCER/STAR DEAN TEMPLE (NEW YORK)
Q: If there was just one thing you wanted audiences to know about your film, what would it be?
A: It's a film about making mistakes. The characters in Fairies have good and messed up their lives and it's in the messiness that they'll start to figure out what they really value.
Q: Can you share a fun fact/trivia about the making of your film?
A: We had a mafia extortion moment during production. We filmed at a hookah bar in Astoria, offered to us for free because it was good for the business. Once we had everything set up and were shooting, the owner showed up with his heavies and was ready to talk costs for space rental. So that was a learning experience.
Q: What makes your project unique, and why should audiences see this film?
A: The reception for this film has been surprising. The audiences you think are your target nod and say, okay. People you never expected to be your audience? They love it. There has been so much enthusiasm from unexpected directions, that I've learned you've just got to make the story you want to tell and let people decide for themselves whether they like it.
Q: Do you have any upcoming screenings, or is your film available for purchase or online viewing?
A: We have no screenings planned at the moment. We will continue to enter the film in festivals for a little longer and see how far it goes. Until this cycle is done, it will be screened at festivals only.
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2016 submissions are NOW OPEN!
Registration forms available for film, script and film scoring competitions at www.theindiegathering.com.
Filmmakers, you can also submit online via Withoutabox, FilmFreeway, Film Festival Life, Click For Festivals and Festhome.
Writers, you can also submit online via Withoutabox, FilmFreeway and International Screenwriters' Association - ISA.
If you have a Spanish-language film, check out United Latino International Film Festival at www.unitedlatinofilm.com. Horror/sci-fi filmmakers, check out Horror Hotel at www.horrorhotel.net. Submissions for both of those festivals are also now open.
Thanks to our continued sponsorship with Sony Creative Software, we have more new prizes for both The 2016 International Horror Hotel and The 2016 Indie Gathering International Film Festival.
Sony will be giving away software to the Best Short Film, Best Feature Film and 1st place Film Scoring Competition winners. Each of these winners will receive Audio Master Suite and Catalyst Production Suite, a combined value of $1,000 in software.
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Best Feature Film & Best Overall Film: "Wildlike"
Best Micro Film: "Stay"
Best Music Video: "CLAIRE: Next Ones to Come"
Best Ohio Film: TIE - "Oremus" and "A Way Out"
Best Short Film: "A Private Matter"
Viewer's Choice: "Seahorses"
Best Feature Script & Best Overall Script: "Chomp" by Timothy Hogg
Best Series Script: "Together" by Sonibel Rae
Best Short Script: "Dongmei" by Bob Messinger
*winners will receive Movie Outline 3.0 from our sponsor Nuvotech
Best Cinematography: John Anderson Beavers, "Victor"
Best Director: Frank Hall Green, “Wildlike”
Best Lead Actor: Robert Costanzo, "A Way Out"
Best Lead Actress: Tanima Bhattacharya, "Shackle"
Best Supporting Actor: Bruce Greenwood, "Wildlike"
Best Supporting Actress: Patricia French, "Todd and Anne"
Best Ohio Cinematography: Mike McNeese, "A Way Out"
Best Ohio Director: Jim Higgins, "Oremus"
Best Ohio Lead Actor: Jeff Potts, "Oremus"
Best Ohio Lead Actress: Tirzah Wise, "Oremus"
Best Ohio Supporting Actor: Bryan Michael Block, "COLD"
Best Ohio Supporting Actress: Taryn Toone, "To Sasha with Love"
Acting Grand Champion: Catherine Young
Stunt Grand Champion: Ben Zgorecki
This year's Indie Gathering was a great success. We want to thank each and every one of you - filmmakers, writers, vendors, actors, crew, spectators - for coming out to the event. We also want to thank all of our volunteers, who helped this year run more smoothly. Couldn't do it without you all.
It was great to see people networking and making new connections, and everyone commented on the quality of films at the fest being amazing this year. That's always so awesome to hear.
For those of you who attended, please consider leaving us a review and/or sending Kristina a short testimonial on what you thought of the event. If you have comments or suggestions on things you'd like to see different or new things for the event, send that to Kristina at kristina(at)worldeonline(dot)com. We are always open to suggestions and ways to make The Indie Gathering even better.
Next year's dates have already been set, and we are turning 21, so it's bound to be a wild time! The festival will be happening August 8th-14th at The Clarion Inn & Conference Center in Hudson, OH. August 8th-10th will be the inaugural United Latino Film Festival, hosted by The Indie Gathering. We hope to see you all again at the event, and thank you again for helping to make our 20th Indie Gathering so memorable.
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