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Lee is a Script Supervisor her credits include "House of Cards", "Blue Bloods", "The Glades" "Ugly Betty", "Homicide Life on the Street"
WIFT-FL is proud to announce our 2017
FILM GRANT & SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Feature Film Winner
EMORI SMITH - $3,000 for the feature film "THE OFFENDER"
Short Film Winner
JULIA FULMER - $2,000 for the short film "RACHEL'S PITCH"
The Dr. Kazi Hussain H.S. Scholarships
JULIANA LANE – Grade 12, $500.
ASHLEY KRAMER –Grade 11, $500.
Student members from Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, Jacksonville Branch
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Tie Up Loose Ends is a competition
Tie Up Loose Ends is a competition has been a part of the MIFF for the past two years. In short it is a two part competition with the first part being a screenplay competition to create a screenplay without an ending about 3 pages long (judged by and one selected by the Screenwriters of Brevard). The selected winning screenplay is made available online for anyone to produce. Of the submitted productions (not to exceed five minutes) some or all are shown at the MIFF and awards are given for the best production and best ending. The Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival funds raised go to support the No Limits Academy in Melbourne, a 501(c)3 non-profit school for physically disabled children ages 6-21. To find out more go to our events page.