Collectible took home 3rd place at the 3 Rivers Film Festival’s Competitive Shorts Program this Weekend. Thanks to everybody who watched!
More exciting news from the StoveGhost! Collectible will be showing at the 2011 Three Rivers Film Festival! We’re a part of the shorts program, which happens November 18 and 19 at the Melwood Screening Room in Pittsburgh, PA.
Stay tuned as Three Rivers releases it’s schedule over the coming weeks, and do drop by and say hello!
Collectible has been accepted to The Akron Film and Pixel Festival! We’ll be screening as part of their Friday shorts segment.
This year’s festival will be held October 6-9, and is going to feature the best in films and independent games. Resplendent with workshops, screenings, and get togethers, the festival is a perfect excuse to visit sunny Akron Ohio!
If you’re in the Pittsburgh area and have a hankering for watching sweet old ladies get what’s coming to them, you’ll love October’s installment of Film Kitchen.
Film Kitchen is a great event that happens the second Tuesday of every month at the Melwood Screening Room. For $5 you get beer, pizza, and a few hours of independent film with Q&A afterwords! We’ll be screening Collectible, so stop by and say hello.
Congratulations to StoveGhost Studio! Collectible has won 4 Telly awards!
The honors include:
-Silver Telly for a Non-Broadcast Entertainment Production
-Silver Telly for a Non-Broadcast Student Production
-Bronze Telly for Non-Broadcast Use of Animation
-Bronze Telly for Non-Broadcast Art Direction
The Silver Telly is the highest honor awarded by the Silver Telly Council, given to just 7-10% of the over 11,000 entries received each year. The Bronze Telly goes to 18-25% of entrants. Entries do not compete against each other, rather they are rated on a 10 point scale for individual merit.
Other 2011 winners include Aol Media, CBS Television Distribution, Discovery Channel, ESPN, Harpo Studios, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, NBC Universal, and The Weather Channel.
Thanks to everyone who supported us along the way!
We’re happy to announce that we can now show our short online! You can view the whole thing on vimeo, or right here:
We’d love to know what you think!
The short may be finished, but a blogger’s work is never done. From here on out, we’ll be covering Collectible’s appearances at film festivals, awards programs, and reputable internet venues near you. Stand by for exciting updates!
Well, we’re done. We’re movin’ on down the road. We’re riding into the sunset.
If all goes well, we’ll meet again at a film festival near you!