The San Luis Obispo International Film festival wrapped up yesterday. People from all over the world came out to mingle with Hollywood talent and support the fine art of film.
This year the festival presented a broad range of creative works including documentaries and short films created by students and Central Coast filmmakers at theaters across the county.
During the festival’s highlighted award show at the Fremont over the weekend, the SLOIFF board presented winners from the festival with the festival-wide George Sidney awards.
For best short narrative, “Little Princess” and “Rani” tied for the award.
“Selling Lies” won best short documentary while “Satan and Adam” got best documentary feature award.
Best student film went to “Dust Rising” and “Hawaii” got best narrative film.
Awards were also presented to young filmmakers and 805 locals at Sunday’s awards show.
The award-winning films will be shown throughout this week.
For more info, see the SLOIFF website.