CP writer Jason Zwiker gives a fair assessment of this year’s Felder Film Fest in his brand new review. The festival’s been showing local, national and international indie films for four years now, awarding trophies to the best short films received.
This year, the Bronze Palmetto goes to West Ashley-based Richard Almes for “Florence Crittendon,” a docudrama about pregnant homeless teens. The Silver Palmetto goes to “The National Criminal Education Center,” a mockumentary; the Gold Palmetto goes to “Mr. Extion.”
All these films and a bunch of new ones will be shown tonight during the Film Fest’s final evening at the Holiday Inn, Folly Beach. Personal faves: a skateboarding doc by Aaron Michael Johns (“Skateboarding Is…”) and a guide to “Dance Dance Revolution” by Justin Denning and Brenda Lerner.