Thank you to Rumbo al Anacua (Rosa & Joe Perez), Costa Messa Restaurant, and RGV Cupcake Factory!
Thank you to our special guests: Luis Robledo, Craig Whitney, Patricio Salinas, Enrique Aleman Jr., Rudy Luna, Luis Munoz, Ildefonso Ortiz, Enrique Leal, Alvaro Rodriguez, Rogelio Agrasanchez Jr., Xavier Garza, and even an appearance by former Willacy County DA Juan Guerra for our Retrospective re-screening of Valley of Tears.
Rayo de Luz recipient – Rogelio Agrasanchez Jr.
Best Documentary 2013 – Tales of Masked Men directed by Carlos Avila
Best Short 2013 – Spaghetti for Two directed by Matthias Rosenberger (Germany)
The results of the 8th Annual 36 Hour Film Race are:
1. [Abraham] – No Budget Productions
Best Set Design
Best U18 Film
2. Breaking Gas – Johnny Underwear Productions
3. Charlie – El Valle Films
Best Special Effects – Max Rojas
Best Actress – Priscilla Garza
4. Fleeting – Green Leaf Filming Society
Best Audio – Charles Steen, Nina A. Chavez, & Ben Ozuna
Best Lighting – Charles Steen
Best Editing – Daniel A. Ledezma
Best Cinematography – Chuy Gutierrez
Best Supporting Actress – Claire Villanueva
Best Supporting Actor – Rob Garcia
Best Director – Fredo Garza Jr.
5. Hillbilly Romance – The Cruzers
Best End Credits
6. Impetuous – Five Against One
Best Fight Scene
7. Invasion of the Dolly Snatchers – The Cinema Trolls
8. Morning Star – Eight by Two Films
Best Makeup – Abel Flores & Zack Hazlett
Best Script – Charlie Brenner
Best Actor – Christian Blake
1st Runner Up
9. The Time Traveler – Sounds Like a Dream Productions