The 2021 Soo Film Festival took place September 15-19 at the historic Soo Theatre and Bayliss Public Library,
a Superior District Library, in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Festival attendees are asked to choose their favorites by ballot.
By audience acclaim, those films are:
Frozen Stupid 2: Open Water, directed by Rich Brauer
Foreign Narrative Feature
Moira, directed by Daniel Lovecchio
Documentary Feature (tie)
A Haunting in Hinsdale, directed by Mike Dotson
The Stories They Tell, directed by Danny Kim
Foreign Documentary Feature
Mr. Emancipation: The Walter Perry Story, directed by Preston Chase
Open Water, directed by Kalli Anderson
STudent Documentary Short
The Silent Disease, directed by Kyla Milberger
Margaux Vol.1, directed by Daniel Iglesias, Jr.
Foreign Music Video
Ga Setubal-Departure Song, directed by Deco Farkas
Student Music Video
Metalyn, directed by Jay London
Awkward, directed by Nata Metlukh
Painting By Numbers, directed by Radheya Jegatheva
Bart’s Revenge, directed by Gus Kearns
Good News, directed by Osric Chau
Foreign Narrative Short
Julietit, directed by Alejandro de Vega and Álvaro Moriano
Student Narrative Short
Still, directed by Alison MacDonald
The next Soo Film Festival will happen in September 2022.
Soo Film Festival, Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote and host film and allied arts festivals in the City of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Soo Film Festival, Inc. seeks to showcase the work of independent and emerging filmmakers from the Great Lakes of North America. Our Mission: Great Lakes, Great Movies!
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