On Sunday, October 16, 2016 join WSKG at the Art Mission and Theater as we celebrate expression through film! Activities of the Art Mission’s Binghamton Babylon Film Festival run throughout the weekend and Sunday marks the annual Rod Serling Film Festival. Winning student films will screen at 4:00pm and 5:30pm. Admission is free and there is a suggested donation in support of the Art Mission.
Anne Serling will be on site from 3:00pm-4:00pm hosting a book signing. Her memoir, As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling will be available for purchase.
Before visiting the Art Mission, why not retrace Rod Serling’s very steps in his hometown? The Greater Binghamton Convention & Visitors Bureau has compiled this Serling-inspired walking tour of Binghamton, NY.
BEST IN SHOW | In HARMoNY | Liam Walsh
SPIRIT OF SERLING AWARD | The Box | Nicholas Taboni
BEST ABSTRACT/EXPERIMENTAL | Anaya Part 1 | Kenly Kuhn & Leena Trinh
BEST DOCUMENTARY | Set in Stone | Joshua Davis, Richelle Gardner, Brandon Mott
BEST FICTION/STORY | Dark Room | Cody Bograd, Keegan Dunne, Charlie Ehrman, Jack Glicker, Emma Pipolo, Sam Weitzner
BEST SCI FI/ FANTASY | Alone| Conner Personius
BEST SOCIAL COMMENTARY | If I Had a Trillion Dollars| Jefferson Manuel, Wilson Morerro, Saeed Muhammad
BEST 6-8 | Park Problems | Samantha Burnett, Jace Nichols, Kate O’Connor, Emily Susanj
BEST 9-12 | Les Milkerables | Evan Pritchard
Love a film?! Attending the Fest? Share on Twitter with @WSKG and follow the conversation using #SerlingFilmFest.
Special thanks to our Judging Committee: Leslie Campbell, David Chirico, Judi Hess, and Christina Kunzman; WSKG staff: Annie Cartie, Shane Johnson, Greg Keeler, Stacey Mosteller, Andy Pioch and Phil Westcott; our friends at The Art Mission and Theater, and Alexandra Rangel.