Lovesick Fool Wins at the Hollywood Short Film Festival

Director and Producer, Founder of The Hollywood Short Film Festival, Mark Mos, held the festival’s awards ceremony at Sal’s Comedy Hole on popular Melrose Avenue on February 21st.  He hosted the event  with actress and comedienne Tanya Estrada.

Q and A with festival founder Mark Mos and filmmakers Hania Malachowski ("Fetch") and Dominic Polcino ("Lovesick Fool"). Photo courtesy of Vida G.
Q and A with festival founder Mark Mos and filmmakers Hania Malachowski (“Fetch”) and Dominic Polcino (“Lovesick Fool”). Photo courtesy of Vida G.

Lovesick Fool, a film which I voiced two roles in, won best animated film at this prestigious festival. This film was written and directed by Dominic Polcino (The Simpons, King of the Hill, Family Guy) and it starred Lisa Kudrow, Fred Willard and Janeane Garofalo.

Dominic with his award for best animated film. Photo courtesy of Vida G.
Dominic with his award for best animated film. Photo courtesy of Bob Delgadillo

This year there were many quality films screened at the festival and the judges were Craig Hutchison (Director/Producer), Chris Ramirez (Director/Producer), Natalia Nova (Director/Producer). These films were short dramas, comedies, documentaries, animated films and more.

From left to right: Allan Jacobsen of Nickelodean Animation, HPC's Vida G., legendary voiceover casting director Wally Burr, Dominic and voiceover artist Paul Gregory. Photo courtesy of Vida G.
From left to right: Allan Jacobsen of Nickelodean Animation, HPC’s Vida G., legendary voiceover casting director Wally Burr, Dominic and voiceover artist Paul Gregory. Photo courtesy of Vida G.

“We got to screen some great films. It was time well spent for moviegoers attending the festival,” said Mos, who is also a filmmaker with 150 movie credits under his belt. Ever the diehard supporter of films, Mos also created the Sunset Film Festival and the LA Short Film Festival.

Attendees at the Awards Ceremony were Janet Bergstrom, Professor, Cinema and Media Studies UCLA, creator of “Sunrise” for Twentieth Century Fox Films, Dominic Polcino, Director/Animator (Family Guy, King of Hills, The Simpsons, Lovesick Fool), Tahyna Tozzi-MacManus, Actress/Director (CSI, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Charlie’s Angels), Kyle Robinson, Director/Visual Effects Supervisor (Red 2, Green Lantern, Man of Steel), Seri DeYoung, Actress/Director (Breaking Bad, Medium, NCIS), Michael Kehoe, Miscellaneous Crew: Mission Impossible III, Speed, Panic Room, Vanilla Sky, Hangover, John T. Connor, Cinematographer/Assistant Camera (Birdman, Her, Fight Club), Lee Crowe, Animator, Faculty memeber at The Art Institute of California, Hollywood, Alex Sparrow, Actor/Composer, Director, Winner “X-factor”, Yannis Zafeiriou, Director/Assistant Director (Extreme Makeover, Greystone), Aloaye Melvin Omoake, Writer/Director, Joshua Ovalle, Director/Writer, Guy-Roger Duvert, Director/Producer/Composer, Nello DiGiandomenico, Writer/Director, Taeho Kang, Director/Producer, Josh Miller, Director/Producer, Allan Jacobsen of Nickelodean Animation, Wally Burr, renowned voiceover casting director, Paul Gregory (Lovesick Fool) and yours truly, HPC’s own Vida G. (Lovesick Fool).

Kicking up my Chanel heels to celebrate Domnic's win with my beautiful Kathy Fielder clutch in tow. Photo courtesy of HPC.
Kicking up my Chanel heels to celebrate Domnic’s win with my beautiful Kathy Fielder clutch in tow. Photo courtesy of HPC.

More info about this festival at hsff.weebly.com

 

Vida G.

Vida G.

Vida is an actress and journalist who lives in Los Angeles, California. She is the co-founder of the Hollywood Press Corps.

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