"The Survivor" Awarded "Best Sci-Fi" By Festigious International Film Festival Jurors

The film’s director Christopher Carson Emmons and writer Mark Renshaw were recognized for their work on the project

NEW YORKAug. 13, 2017PRLog — Soon-to-be-released sci-fi indie short film, “The Survivor: A Tale From The Nearscape” has been awarded “Best Sci-Fi” by the Festigious International Film Festival jury for the month of July. It previously was recognized by festival jurors as an official selection, before being named a finalist.

As a winner, “The Survivor” will be also be in the running for the Best Of Fest Award in December. It has also already won “Best Sci-Fi” in the July 2017 Top Shorts Online Film Festival.

Covering an assortment of themes, including fracking, child abuse, climate change, mass surveillance, corrupt law enforcement and economic inequality, the film serves as a harrowing warning of what the future may hold.

“The Survivor” is scheduled to be released on August 16th on www.SurvivorTheFilm.com.

About Festigious International Film Festival

Festigious is an IMDb-qualifying monthly film festival that aims to promote indie filmmakers worldwide and to achieve gender equality in filmmaking.

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