OIFF 2016 Jury Award Winners:
Best Animation: Sea of Ink (Chenxin Yang, New York, NY)
Best Student Film – K to Middle School: Cricket (Alyssa Bainbridge, Poway, CA)
Best Student Film – College: Jewish Blind Date (Anaëlle Morf, Lausanne, Switzerland)
Best Short Documentary: Dead Harvest (Ray McNally, Sacramento, CA)
Best Narrative Short Film: 3000 (Tia Tsonis, Athens, Greece/Melbourne, Australia)
Best Feature Documentary: The Weekend Sailor (Bernardo Arsuaga, Montreal, Canada/Mexico City, Mexico)
Best Narrative Feature Film: Remittance (Joel Fendelman/Patrick Daly, Singapore)
Best Picture: The Whimsical Imagineer (Ken Kebow, Carlsbad, CA)
OIFF Audience Choice Award Winners:
Best Student Film: College: Seventy-Two (Cameron Penn, Carlsbad, CA / New York, NY)
Best Short Documentary: Aloha for Indo (Elliot Lucas, Lawai, HI)
Best Narrative Short Film: Poor George (Jim Harris, Los Angeles, CA)
Best Full Length Documentary: It Ain’t Pretty (Dayla Soul, Pacifica, CA)
Best Narrative Feature Film: ADDicted (Dan Jenski, Columbia, MO)
Best Picture: We Can’t Die (LuAnn Nicosia, Menifee, CA)
OIFF 2016 Special Awards:
- OIFF “Oceanside Spotlight” Contest Winner: Waves N’ Craves: Baked Eggs & Spiralized Sweet Potato (Missy Powers, Oceanside, CA)
- OIFF Lifetime Achievement Award (Contribution to the Film and Television Industry) Kathleen Quinlan (“American Graffiti”, “Apollo 13” Academy Award Nominee, “The Doors”)
- OIFF Lifetime Achievement Award (Historic Contribution to the Heart of the Entertainment Industry): Rolly Crump (creator of Disneyland’s most beloved attractions – It’s a Small World, the Haunted Mansion and the Enchanted Tiki Room. Animators on “Peter Pan,” “Lady and the Tramp,” “Sleeping Beauty” and “101 Dalmatians”) – The Following Video is an except of an interview conducted with Rolly Crump at OIFF 2017’s Opening Ceremony. Interview is Dallin Smith of Youtube Channel, Offhand Disney. The Discussion was Later Uploaded as Content to his Personal Channel for the World of Disney Fans to See.
- Special Guest Speakers: Llewellyn Wells & Jonathan Lisco – TNT Networks’ ANIMAL KINGDOM
On Friday, August 12th, Executive Producers of TNT’s Hit Series Animal Kingdom Arrived in Oceanside to Discuss the Series’ Themes and Choice to Be Set in the Town of Oceanside Itself. The Duo Dispelled Rumors of the Town’s Ease of Being Labeled as a Place of Modern Crime, as well as Expressed their Fondness for the North Coast Region in General. It was an Enlightening Discussion that Taught Many Locals the Inner Workings of Both Major Television Production, as well as the Location Scouting Process Used to Set Up Shop. David S. Dawson of Intellxual Entertainment Agreed to Stop By & Interview the Producers on OIFF’s Red Carpet.
OIFF 2016 Took Place August 7 – 14, 2016 in Downtown Oceanside, CA.