Congratulations to the winning 2020 Script Writers!
Eight local filmmakers started their adventure in the first-quarter of 2020 scriptwriting competition. Now over a year and a half later Access Sac was able to honor their creative work at our 21st Annual "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Premiere.
Congratulations to all of the filmmakers, and to to talent and technical crew who won juried awards, including:
Thank you to everyone of you who joined and supported our local filmmakers/crew for the World Premiere at the Crest.
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by Judith Plank
Actress Claire faces a troubling riddle as her film character's difficulties play out in real life
by Audrey Booth
Claire fits in, she just doesn't stand out--that is, until she finds an unexpected source of confidence.
Best Actress: Audrey Booth
Community Spotlight Award: Audrey Booth
by Mo Alagi
After meeting a kindly hobo, a college student photographer struggles to capture photos of Sacramento's homeless before his social studies class loses interest in the topic.
by Christopher Corsello
A Sacramento family fights to keep its long-time home when a new construction project threatens all they love.
Best Set Design: Christopher Corsello
by Brittany Rietz
Fighting back from drug addiction, Amy reaches out to her sister in hopes of reconnecting.
Best Supporting Actress: Brittany Lansford
Best Cinematographer: Manuel Crosby
Best Editor: Nicole Berry
Audience Award: Brittany Rietz
Producers' Award: Brittany Rietz
by Nathan Reedy
It’s hardest to give when times are the toughest, but when Judy's act of kindness saves Charlie from embarrassment, little did they realize they might be "A Perfect Match.”
Best Actor: Nathan Reedy
Best Director: Dennis Glasco
by Dana Walker
A young Sacramento superhero on the quest to find her superpower elicits help from her trusty four-legged sidekick.
Best Supporting Actor: LJ. Mitchell
by Elizabeth G. Bynum
When young Hailey from the Bay Area needs specialized medical care in Sacramento, her parents consider how life might be better living closer to doctors and jobs.
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