here's the press release:
"The B-Movie Film Festival wrapped another exciting year this past weekend at The Westcott Theater in Syracuse, NY.
Taking Best Feature was the horror opus "Blood on the Highway". It marked the second Best Feature win at BFest for filmmaker Barak Epstein (his film "Prison A-Go-Go" won that same honor back in 2004). Best Foreign Feature went to "Reel Zombies", which also won for Cinematography. House Pick as Most Memorable of the Fest went to "Fright Flick".
Ben Rock took Best Director honors for "Alien Raiders", which also won for Best Make-Up Effects. "The Shadow Within" won for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress. Best Actor went to Joe Costa for "Sixty Days". "Sixty Days" also won for Best Music. Phil Hall took the honors for Best Supporting Actor for his comedic turn in "Bikini Bloodbath Car Wash".
Best Writer went to Aaron Frale and Jason Witter for "Hamlet: The Vampire Slayer". Best Short went to "Killer Weed".
For all the winners in all categories, please read on below:
BEST FEATURE: BLOOD ON THE HIGHWAY
BEST FOREIGN FEATURE: REEL ZOMBIES
HOUSE PICK AS MOST MEMORABLE OF FEST: FRIGHT FLICK
BEST DIRECTOR: Ben Rock for ALIEN RAIDERS
BEST WRITER: Aaron Frale & Jason Witter for HAMLET: THE VAMPIRE SLAYER
LEAD ACTOR: Joe Costa for SIXTY DAYS
LEAD ACTRESS: Beth Winslet for THE SHADOW WITHIN
SUPPORTING ACTOR: Phil Hall fo BIKINI BLOODBATH CAR WASH
SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Hayley J Williams for THE SHADOW WITHIN
BEST MUSIC: SIXTY DAYS
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: REEL ZOMBIES
BEST DIGITAL EFFECTS: DOCTOR INFIERNO
BEST MAKE-UP EFFECTS: ALIEN RAIDERS
BEST SET DESIGN: MIL MASCARAS: RESURRECTION
BEST EDITING: DOCTOR INFIERNO
BEST DOCUMENTARY: FINDING KRAFTLAND
BEST SHORT: KILLER WEED
BEST ANIMATED SHORT: TURDUCKEN