Prizes announced to the 2015 Award Winners

Posted By admin on March 25, 2015 3:30pm

Every year the NYC Independent Film Festival awards the best indie films. Our goal is to recognize the best filmmakers, their cast and crew. The festival values creativity and talent in addition to great execution, even with the tightest budgets.

Thanks to our sponsors and partners we can also offer prizes to winners, to encourage them keeping the great work.

In 2015 we will have Awards in the categories bellow:

• Best Director
Wins a 7,500 USD camera rental package, provided by PANAVISION.
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 (599.95 USD value)

• Best Cinematography
Wins a 7,500 USD camera rental package, provided by PANAVISION.
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 (599.95 USD value)

• Best Short Screenplay
Wins a 7,500 USD camera rental package, provided by PANAVISION.
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 (599.95 USD value)

• Best Narrative Feature
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 Suite (799.95 USD value)

• Best Documentary
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 Suite (799.95 USD value)

• Best Animation
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 (599.95 USD value)

• Best Short Documentary
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 (599.95 USD value)

• Best Short Film
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 (599.95 USD value)

• Best Super Short Film
Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 (599.95 USD value)

• Best Music Video

Wins a Sony Vegas Pro 13 (599.95 USD value)

We’ll shortly announce the prizes for Best Actor and Best Actress.

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