2014 Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Luke and Andrew Wilson’s Satellite Beach premiered at the 2014 Santa Barbara International Film Festival and won The Bruce Corwin Award for Best Live Action Short Film Under 30 Minutes. This is an Amazing Honor for Luke Wilson since this is the first short film that he wrote, acted in, and co-directed.
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) is a cinephile’s paradise – an eleven day celebration of cinema at several historical theaters on the American Rivera in beautiful downtown Santa Barbara from January 30th – February 9th. Each year, SBIFF proudly presents a diverse slate of more than 200 films to over 75,000 film enthusiasts – an audience that includes industry professionals, leading reporters and critics from Variety, Hollywood Reporter and IndieWire as well as local and regional cinephiles, film students and independent filmmakers. Attendees, filmmakers and special guests converge in an intimate atmosphere with unprecedented opportunities to network, share advice and see new work from some of the world’s most cutting edge auteurs.
The Bruce Corwin Award for Best Live Action Short Film Under 30 Minutes went to SATELLITE BEACH, directed by Luke and Andrew Wilson. Satellite Beach follows the unique journey of the Endeavour space shuttle as it travels through the streets of Los Angeles to the California Science Center, and the final move of the Atlantic space shuttle to the Kennedy Space Center. King Orba (one of the actors in the film) accepted the award along with Bud Kremp, Director Of Photography.
Luke Wilson Satellite Beach
(photo via wilson-brothers.com)
Andrew Wilson Satellite Beach
(photo via Movies.About)
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