"INAUGURAL DREAMACHINE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL - ACTORS AND GUESTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD, ARRIVE IN NORTH HOLLYWOOD, LINES WRAPPED AROUND THE BUILDING TO ENTER INTO THE 1ST ANNUAL DREAMACHINE FILM FESTIVAL."
Dreamachine International Film Festival 2019 – Films & Stars from around the globe under the same roof. It is highly rare to come across events that allow you to experience the diversity in arts, meet global stars, and witness some of the best films at the same time. Dreamachine International Film Festival was exactly the kind of event that had everything in store for film enthusiasts and art lovers.
Organized in Regency 6 Plaza in North Hollywood on December 5, 2019, Dreamachine International Film Festival was a one-of-a-kind event for the public where films from different parts of the world were screened, stars walked the red carpet, awards were distributed, and people got to hear directly from the cast and crew members through exclusively conducted interviews.
Although it was the inaugural film festival, it didn’t seem like it was being organized for the first time – courtesy of the attention to detail.
Dreamachine Productions pulled off a fascinating event where stars came dazzling to the venue and lit up the entire arena with their presence. Kristy Salazar, the host from Real Life Media, spoke to the year’s award nominees and winners on the red carpet and talked about their experiences, how they feel about the event and more.
In the award ceremony, there were a number of categories ranging from best concept and best script to best film. The jury members picked up the winners on certain criteria and it can be safely stated that they were all deserving. Their work showed the determination towards their craft and how carefully they have incorporated the detail to it to turn it into a masterpiece.
Some of the award winners are:
- Dustin Ardine – (Best Actor for Ariadne)
- Julia Ellen Waltz – (Best Actress for Ashes)
- Deepicka Mehta – (Best Cinematography for Ashes)
- Ashley Perkins – (Best Costume Design for Ashes)
- Gangsters – (Best Crime Film)
- Doug Jones – (Best Supporting Actor of the Year)
- Megan Vines, Juan Raymundo Ramos, Anatole Lardeyret – (Best Editing Film)
- Lipstick – (Best Erotic Film)
- Ashes – (Best Experimental Film)
- Salil Bhayani – (Best Score for Ashes)
- Raymond Karago – (Best Supporting Actor for Gangsters)
- Ariadne – (Best of the Fest – Feature Film)
- Elizabeth Regal - (Best Director for Seductive Shadows )
- Patrick Kilpatrick – (Best Sound for Life Line)
Besides the above list, there were more winners as well in different categories. The winners were announced in different seasons and months as well based on the released dates of their works.
This was done to celebrate the art and does not let anyone feel low. The jury also presented certificates of participation to the participants. The inaugural Dreamachine International Film Festival proved to be a huge hit with entries pouring in from all over the world including China, Kenya, India, and others.
Artists and actors appreciated the organizers for pulling off the event in a grand way and they expect it to be bigger and better in the following years. Founders Dustin Ardine and Isabelo Pascual deserve a special mention for making sure the event does not only meet the international standards but exceed it by a fair margin.