“I am REN” wins the Festival Director’s Award at the 45th Boston Sci-Fi Fest

by Feb 26, 2020Films

I am very proud to announce that I received the 2020 Boston Sci-Fi Festival Director’s Award at the longest running genre film festival in the US – 45th Edition. It’s with deep gratitude I especially thank the Festival’s Director, Garen Daly, for his belief and support for our movie. Heartfelt appreciation goes also out to the festival’s organizers, especially to Marta Calderón Quiñones, Miriam Olken, Leandra Sharron and the rest of the Boston Sci-Fi Fest crew for your warm reception.

Also many thanks to Reel Suspects for their great festival work with our movie.

It has been a fantastic pleasure to visit Boston and take part in this event, and I send out greetings to all the other filmmakers and festival reps I’ve had a pleasure to meet and talk to. Sean Olson, Aleem Hossain, Troy Bernier, Rob Jaret, Eric Bromberg from Dust, Noah Wagner and many others.

Jestem bardzo dumny aby ogłosić że film “Jestem REN” i ja otrzymaliśmy nagrode 2020 Boston Sci-Fi Festival Director’s Award na 45. Edycji festiwalu Boston SciFi który ma najdłuższą tradycje kina gatunkowego w Stanach Zjednoczonych.
Serdeczne podziękowania szczególnie dla Garen Daly za jego wiare i wsparcie dla naszego filmu.

 

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