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Im Auge der Sonne


INTIÑAHUI won the GRAND REMI AWARD in the category Independent Experimental Films and Videos in Houston, Texas, USA. The Grand Remi Award is the top award, which is given once per category. `Intiñahui` got one of the 10 Top Awards of ~ 4300 international Entries.

WorldFest-Houston is the 3rd oldest film festival and the only one completely dedicated to Independent Film in the USA.

The Remi takes its name from the famous artist Frederick Remington, who captures the spirit of Texas and the West with his brilliant paintings and sculptures!

WorldFest did give first honors to Spielberg, Lucas, David Lynch, Ang Lee, Ridley Scott, The Coen Brothers, Brian De Palma and many more, so it is not only one of the longest-running film festivals in the world, it is also one of the most significant!

WorldFest 2009 Grand REMI Awards are:

  • BEST THEATRICAL FEATURE ~ Bitter/Sweet, WorldFest alum, Jeff Hare, Angel & Bear Productions, USA/ Thailand
  • BEST FILM & VIDEO ~ Mysteries of the Great Lakes, David Lickley, Science North, Canada
  • BEST TV & CABLE PRODUCTION ~ Moon Machines, Command Module, Duncan Copp,Dox Prdns., UK
  • BEST NEW MEDIA ~ The BMW Experience: Passion for Innovation, Scott Clements, Alp Communications, Canada
  • BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM & VIDEO ~ Intinahui- In the Eye of the Sun, Klaus Schrefler, Syndicate, Austria
  • BEST SHORT SUBJECT ~ Auf Der Strecke (On the Line), Ute Dilger, Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Germany
  • BEST TV COMMERCIAL ~ "My Houston" ZZ Top, Ballet, & Scrap Daddy, Zen Film, USA
  • BEST STUDENT FILM ~ Paris Mavroidis for Divers, USA
  • BEST MUSIC VIDEO to Barbara Misto for Goin’ Down to Mexico, USA

The Russian-American Publication & Gem Arts Studio sponsored a handsomely crafted gemstone award for the BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE film which went to God’s Little Garden, Jacek Bromski, Zebra Film Studio, Poland.  God’s Little Garden also garnered 2 more awards; Best Music to composer, Henri Seroka, and  REMI Special Jury Award contending for Best Feature Film. Moving Images Group & Coral Gate Media’s Chris Weatherhead was a triple-winner also for All for Liberty with a Special Jury Award, Best Art Direction and a Platinum in feature trailers. Kodak’s Crystal Vision award went to Tender as Hellfire, Jason Stone, USC, USA.  The Texan award went to The Heart of Texas, Mitchell Wright & Dan Patrick, Plaid Shirt Pictures, USA. The Houston Award went to Las Luciernagas, (The Fireflies), Robert Minervini, Pulpa Entertainment, Houston, TX.

All other award results from this year’s WorldFest competition are now posted on our website at – There were more than 4,200 category entries in all film and video competitions.


Visual Media Art - © 2001 - 2013 Klaus Schrefler