We are very pleased to announce the Twilight Angel won a Silver Remi Award at the WorldFest Houston film festival in April. Out of 4,400 entries this year only about 15% were rated high enough by the jurors to receive an award.
Our film won the only Silver Remi in the highly-competitive Dramatic- Experimental category.
WorldFest-Houston is one of three original international film festivals in North America. It was founded in 1961 as Cinema Arts and is the only international film festival in North America to be dedicated completely to independent films.
At a time when many festivals in the US seem to serve as unpaid publicity agents for major studios and distributors, WorldFest continues to provide a forum for the works of true independent filmmakers and a venue for their films.
The Remi Award is inspired by the highly-regarded western artist Frederic Remington. We feel it is fitting that our film about an artist reclaiming his power has been awarded this particular honor. We appreciate the recognition by such a fiercely independent film festival and expect more and more people will get to enjoy our film soon as we begin the process of scheduling showings.
Our community of fans and supporters have our constant gratitude for helping us make it this far. It is a success for all of us. We hope you are happy with what you have helped accomplish with the Twilight Angel.
Now, stay tuned for what comes next!