2009 – Sixth Annual

The 6th annual The Shoot Out Boulder 24 Hour Filmmaking Festival kicked off September 25 at 6:28 PM with forty-one teams participating. Twenty-four hours later the judging started with 39 teams home in time. Here is The Brief along with a Google Map to the locations.

Top 10 Films – The Shoot Out Boulder 2009 Winners & Honorable Mentions.

Super Happy Fun Time Show
Best Comedy
Produced and Directed, Screenplay, Sound, Art Direction by C. Troy Fluhr.  Music by David Coile. Camera by Jeremy Smith

The Workout
Best In-Camera Editing
Produced, Camera, Music by Henry Cavalier; Directed, Screenplay, Art Direction, and Sound  by Henry Cavalier and Bradley Mayhew; Acted by Bradley Mayhew, Joseph Graves, and Amerika Urban

Doomsday Box
Best Art Direction
Produced, Directed, Screenplay and Art Direction by Cougar Littlefield; Camera by Richard Fleming; Sound by Pete Muray; Acted by Mark Mitten, Phillip Beade, Erin Robinson, and Cougar Littlefield

The Box
Best 17 and Under
Produced, Directed, and Camera by Peter Robinson; Screenplay, Sound, Art Direction, and Music by Gerald Robinson; Acted by Ophelia Bryan and Gerald Robinson

Best Cinematography
Best Actor Graham Johnstone
Produced by Mark Phillips; Directed, Screenplay, Camera, Music and Sound by Eric Klassen; Also Acted by Mark Phillips, Kelley Kneib

Best Director
Produced by Danny Ferry; Directed, Music and Sound by Phil Van Scotter; Screenplay by Danny Ferry and Phil Van Scotter, Camera and Art Direction by Shad Thompson; Acted by Danny Ferry, Phil Van Scotter, Shad Thompson and Abby Pleviak

Love’s Invitation
Best Screenplay
Produced, Directed and Art Direction by Ryan Oelke and Jason Digges; Screenplay and Sound by Ryan Oelke; Camera by Jason Lange and Jason Digges; Music by Stuart Davis; Acted by Stuart Davis and Hokai Sobol

The Italian Medallion
Silver Spur
Produced, Screenplay and Sound by Jess Paul; Directed and Art Direction by Sarena Deakins,;  Camera by Matthew Muzia; Music by Danny Schade; Acted by Jess Paul, Natasha Deakins, Mattew Muzia, Carlos Ramon Valdez

The Devil is in the Details
Silver Spur
Produced, Camera, and Art Direction by Tony Greco; Directed, Screenplay and Sound by Tony Greco and Brian Doubleday; Music by Sage Greco; Acted by Douglas Scheffer, Steven Sky, Daya Khalsa

Alien Probe – The Musical!
Best Film
Best Musical Composition
Best Sound Design 
Produced, Directed, Screenplay, and Camera by Mark Copley; Art Direction and Sound by Mark Keisling; Music by Chris Malley and Mark Copley; Acting by Carmen Vreeman, Brian McClure

Produced by Meredith Mantik. Directed by Ryan Loeffler.  Camera by Brad Limov.  Art Direction by Alyssa Aldaz and Zane Bridgers.  Script by Josh Cuevas.  Sound Design by Arielle Gross and Pete Markoski.  Acting by Nate O’Donnell, Ambar Kaiser, Zach Luna.

The Shooting Star (actor who appeared in the most number of films)
Claudia E. Amacher

Audience Choice Award Winner
“Staying Alive”
directed by Ash Albiniak and her crew of Zombies!

9/4/09 – Boulder Cultural Events Examiner – Friday Feature: The Shoot Out Boulder – learn how to create a film in 24 hours or less!

9/21/09 Suite101.com Shoot Out Boulder Brings Filmmakers Together

9/24/09 – Daily Camera – Boulder Shoot Out: The Longest Day in Filmmaking

9/26/09 – Daily Camera – Shoot Out Boulder: Filming in a flash

9/24/09 – Boulder Weekly – Film Frenzy 24-hour competition returns for sixth year

9/30/09 – Colorado Springs Gazette – Local filmmaker wins Boulder contest

12/31/09 – The Guardian, U.K. – 2010 World Trip Planner – “Bored of Cannes? Sick of Sundance? Then try Shoot Out where filmmakers have just 24 hours to make a seven-minute movie.”

1/1/2010 – The Worldwide Event Guide from Frommers – “Hollywood may take years to create a film, but Shoot Out throws down the gauntlet with a challenge to make one in 24 hours.”