In a packed upstairs room at the Hollywood landmark Geisha House (which, by the way, has the most incredible food, like, ever), GoldenBox was spotlighted as one of the top films of the fest, an amazing honor given all the talent and top-quality stories we had seen throughout the week. A big thank you goes to the fest organizers and sponsors, as well as all the friendly filmmakers I had a chance to meet at the various screenings and events.
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Film festivals almost feel kind of like summer camp. You go for a week or so, make a lot of new friends and then come home and write each other letters to keep in touch. It’s awesome. I’ve never actually been to summer camp, forced instead to live vicariously through the classic Disney Channel hit Bug Juice. Thanks HollyShorts for the summer camp experience!