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Open Screen Night 2016 Winners

Thank you to all of the filmmakers who submitted documentaries to this year's Open Screen Night, and thank you to everyone who joined us for the evening and supported local filmmaking!

We're excited to announce that Amy Ollerton and David Padeken took home the $500 Jury Award for their short documentary, "The People."

Congratulations to the Audience Award winner Lindsay Daniels, with her short film, "Insanity."

All of the films can be viewed online, and both award winning films will be featured on

A complete list of all films submitted for the event:

"#Blessed," rated G by Blue Tolman and Crystal Puckett
"Schole Yoga," rated G by Patrick Chase and Thomas Goodman
"I CAN," rated G by Natasha Hoffman
"Finding Peace," rated G by Ryan Moffett
"Green Machine," rated G by Tim Jones
"The People," rated G by Amy Ollerton and David Padeken
"Ouch My Mental Health," rated G by Brian Higgins
"Tammy Radice's Doc," rated G by Tammy Radice
"What We Worship," rated G by Georgie Chandler and Sophia Gauthier 
"Temples All," rated PG by Mickelle Weber
"At Odds, But United," rated PG by Derek Wride and Eudo Quiroz
"Team Semper Fi," rated PG by Aaron Springston
"One Breath," rated PG by Jo Savage
"Sacred Lines," rated PG by Jarom McDonald
"Insanity," rated PG-13 by Lindsay Daniels
"The Art of Reconnecting," rated PG-13 by Nate Christofferson
"Symb[i/o]sis," rated PG-13 by Daniel Foster Smith
"Love Is In The Air," rated R by Rich Kane
"Unconquerable," rated G by Lexie Floor

The following films were not selected in the lottery for screening during the event, but were considered for the Jury Award:

"A (Mother's) Body is (Baby's) Temple," rated PG by Emily Waltman
"Control," rated PG by Alexander W. Huggins
"Discouraging Vessels," rated R by Mariah Jackson-Christensen and Jake Chamberlain
"My Body, My Temple," rated PG by Nano Lara
"Ultralarge," rated PG by Michael Thibadeaux
"Your Body Is A Temple," rated G by Jason Johnson, Ray deWolfe, and Cade Critchlow 

If you would like to get in contact with one of the filmmakers, please contact Gayle Ewer.


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