We are so excited to announce that our new movie “Fingerprints of the Flood” has won its first award!
On April 16th 2016, at the 49th Annual Worldfest in Houston Texas (Worldfest link) , we were awarded a Platinum Remi Award… in the sub-category of “Animated (any technique)”. This was the highest award given in this sub-category and is distinct from the CG 3D, Classic Cell, Clay & other, and Anime. Considering that Worldfest is the oldest and one of the worlds largest independent film festivals, and that they only give awards to those films that score high enough for honors by their judges…We are truly humbled to be recognized by them for our efforts! Thank you Worldfest for recognizing the degree of difficulty in what our movie attempts to clearly convey.
Also, at the Christian Film Festival in Newport News Virginia, “Fingerprints of the Flood” was screened on April 30th 2016 at Menchville Baptist Church. We were granted “Fan Favorite in the Educational Category” and also their “Knowledge Award”. Thanks to those in attendance that voted for us as we were up against a film “Koinania With God”, which won for Best Cinematography.
As we are starting to get media attention for this project, questions arise. To be clear for all media, our main intent for this film is “Education & Awareness”. To reveal discovery that the latest evidence brings to light and let the public view it openly. More than just entertainment, the film industry has the ability to educate and is the best avenue today for speedy release of new discovery! Film festival judging is more than a competent filter for public material…and in many cases, these judges are among the most educated and successful people in our society today!
In our day and age, the scientific peer review process, is just as broken and political as resolving dogma at many local churches and religious centers. New discovery can get bogged down and even buried in a quagmire of scenarios and feuds. When something is self-evident and eclipses the current standard, fear of change has to be overcome for human development. This is what our film aimed for!
More exciting news to come! “