Best Experimental Short Film
As we told you previously, BOALT worked with director Nick Peterson and producer Jon Heder to market the short film Drained, which our very own Adam Boalt helped finance. Well, the film is making big waves at film festivals around the world.
It won its first award at this year’s Irvine International Film Festival where it was awarded Best Experimental Film. This is a great honor for the film and the first of what we’re sure will be many awards.
If you haven’t read about the film yet, check out this short behind the scenes video about the project’s revolutionary shooting style that mixes live-action footage with stop-motion animation, to create a film like nothing ever seen before. Before the video, check out the upcoming slate of film festivals where you can watch Drained.
- Cleveland International Film Festival, March 22-April 1
- DC Independent Film Festival, February 29-March 4
- World of Women’s Cinema Film Festival in Australia, March 6-8
- Hong Kong International Film Festival, March 21-April 9
- New Jersey International Film Festival, June 1-17
April 24, 2012 – Congratulations Nick Peterson and everyone on the crew of Drained as it wins its fourth award at the Boston International Film Festival for Best Experimental Picture this past weekend.
Not to mention the film was an official selection at the Cleveland International Film Festival, World of Women’s Cinema Film Festival in Australia, Hong Kong International Film Festival, and in June 2012 at the New Jersey International Film Festival.
The film is blowing up as it travels to film festivals around the world. Congratulations again to director Nick Peterson and crew. Now onto the New Jersey International Film Festival.
March 18, 2012 – Drained has done it again. Best Animated Short at the Lower East Side Film Festival in New York. Congratulations again to director Nick Peterson, to all the producers including Jon Heder and Adam Boalt and the whole crew on an amazing film.
March 8, 2012 – Congratulations Nick Peterson and the Drained crew on your second award for Best Experimental Short at the 2012 DC International Film Festival. Tuck this right next to the first award for Best Experimental Film from Irvine International Film Fest.