The winning films will be announced at the awards ceremony held during the annual film festival. All 2018 winners will receive a six-month subscription to iPitch.tv.
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Winner in the narrative feature and short, documentary feature and short, animation, experimental and Mississippi short and feature, LGBT, music documentary and Mississippi music video will receive our Hoka award.
Other awards selected outside of the jury process include Best Editing, Lisa Blount Memorial Award for Acting, Hoka Award for Achievement in Film and the Alice Guy-Blaché Filmmaker Award which receives a $1,000 cash prize from the Louis M. Rabinowitz Foundation. The new Pat Rasberry Emerging Mississippi Filmmaker award also comes with a cash prize courtesy of Dr. Eric Springman and Kat Phillips of Kat Scratch Films LLC. These special awards are only eligible to attending filmmakers.
Mississippi film winners will receive a one year membership to OxFilm Society which includes use of film equipment free.
Taproot Audio Design will provide 3 days of post-audio production for the narrative and documentary short winners.
Winners of the narrative categories and our script winner will receive an InkTip Script Listing to promote themselves and their scripts to InkTip’s entire network of producers, managers, and agents. Companies who are InkTip members include: ABC, Anonymous Content, APA, CBS Films, HBO Films, ICM, Paradigm, Paramount Pictures, Hallmark Channel, FX, Universal, WME, Echo Lake, Zero Gravity, Bad Robot, 20th Century Fox, and many more. Producers have made more than 315 films from scripts and writers found through InkTip.
The documentary feature winner will receive $2,500 of editorial consultation from Editor Joe Shapiro.
Stay tuned for additional prizes in 2018.
In 2017, Panavision provided $10,000 of equipment rental to the narrative and documentary feature winners. The documentary feature winner also received $2,500 of editorial consultation from Editor Joe Shapiro. Bad Animals provided 3-days of audio post-production to the documentary feature winner.
2018 Oxford Film Fest Jury
Narrative Feature/Mississippi Feature Jury