are the winning films from the 2004 premiere.
1st Place Winner, 2004:
the Homefront - Max Nguyen
Comedy/Action> 14 minutes
are on a hunt for a girlfriend's birthday gift, but the quest hits
some major bumps.
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2nd Place Winner, 2004:
Ambition - Gordon S. Williams
Romance/Relationship > 45 minutes
[other screenings in 2004 - Delta Sigma Theta Black Filmmakers Showcase]
[won 2nd place at the Spindletop/Lamar University Film Festival
[Finalist, 2003 Film Expo Texas.]
A reluctant celebrity and a strong-willed television producer try
to balance love and their prosperous careers.
UNAVAILABLE FOR VIEWING DUE TO LENGTH.
3rd Place Winner, 2004:
and I - Josh Bass
Comedy/Relationship > 4 minutes
Al and his best
friend are having trouble with their relationship. Will they make
it through? Or go their separate ways forever?
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Willie's Spirit Award Winner, 2004:
award presented by the Director and Assistant Director, to a film
of exceptional vision and independence, that breaks barriers, and
furthers the art of independent film as a whole.
Kaze, Ghost Warrior - Timothy Albee;
Action/Adventure Animation >
none-too-distant past, a plan was uncovered to overthrow the Royal
Family -one by one, the members of the Royal Family fell. The gentle
and much adored 'Bay was the last to disappear, in love with a young
Captain in the House-Guard, Kaze.
Kaze is revealed as one of the primary leaders behind the failed coup
attempt. He was slain upon discovery.
Now, many summers and winters since those fateful events, when the
moon is full, if you stand on the shores of the Kitsune River, and
whisper 'Bay's name to the wind, you will see a shape moving through
the trees on the far shore, and it is said that Kaze walks these lands
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