'Bathtubs Over Broadway' and 'The Biggest Little Farm' Share Best Of Fest Award At 25th Sedona International Film Festival

By: Mar. 03, 2019
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'Bathtubs Over Broadway' and 'The Biggest Little Farm' Share Best Of Fest Award At 25th Sedona International Film Festival

Bathtubs Over Broadway, a documentary feature about comedy writer Steve Young's quest to find all he can about the hidden world of full-throated Broadway-style musical shows about some of America's most recognizable corporations, and The Biggest Little Farm, also a documentary feature, chronicling eight years of daunting work and outsize idealism to create a farm utopia, shared the Best of Fest Award at the 25th annual Sedona International Film Festival.

The nine-day festival featured 177 films chosen from nearly 1,400 submitted for consideration by three judging panels.

Special Category Audience Choice Awards went to The Serengeti Rules for Best Environmental Film and to Toxic Puzzle: Hunt for the Hidden Killer and The Valley for Best Impact Films: Movies Into Motivation.

Audience Choice Awards included:

• BEST OF FEST: (TIE) Bathtubs Over Broadway and The Biggest Little Farm

• Best Feature Drama: The Drummer and the Keeper

• Best Feature Comedy: Return of the Hero

• Best Foreign Film: Woman at War

• Best Documentary: Living Proof

• Best Short Documentary: Grateful

• Best Short Drama: Sides of a Horn

• Best Student Short: Fraser Syndrome & Me

• Best Animation: Stumped

Director's Choice Awards included:

• Best Feature Drama: Eternal Winter

• Best Feature Comedy: Ode to Joy

• Best Foreign Film: School of Life

• Best Documentary: The Biggest Little Farm

• Best Foreign Documentary: A Thousand Girls Like Me

• Best Short Documentary: Pizza, Democracy and the Little Prince

• Best Short Drama:TIE: Echappé and Cells

• Best Short Comedy: Homecoming

• Best Student Short: Idol

• Best Animation: L'Homme et la Poisson

Special Category Director's Choice awards were:

• Best Adaptation of a Book: The Nine Billion Names of God

• Best Environmental Film: Metamorphosis

• Best Indie Spirit (Documentary): Living Proof

• Best Indie Spirit (Narrative Feature): Wake

• Best Humanitarian Film (Documentary): Moving Stories

• Best Humanitarian Film (Narrative Feature): Windows on the World

• Excellence in Screenwriting: Miss Arizona

• Marion Herrman Excellence in Filmmaking Award: Getting to Carnegie

For more information about the Sedona International Film Festival, go to www.sedonafilmfestival.org.