The 2011 Silver Fox Awards
May 8, 2011
-Nicholas Sortino, winner for Best Cinematography
This year's theme was the 70s, and the show opened with a disco dance number
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The Silver Fox for Best Documentary goes to Matthew Wilk and his compelling images of post-earthquake Haiti.
TJ Riordan accepts his award for Best Actor in a Film in the coming of age drama, Nothing.
The Silver Fox Award for Distinguished Service is accepted by Brian Smith for his two years of service as president of MCTV, Marist's TV club.
The award for Best Actress in a Film is accepted by Natalie Fouche for her work in the anthology, Chasing Pavement.
Director Michael Caiola holds the trophy for Best Film of 2011 for the original musical Retuning Education. Beside him are, L to R, cinematographer Nicholas Sortino, castmembers Michael Cresci and James Rizzi.
2011's winner for Best Cinematography is Nicholas Sortino for Retuning Education.
The Silver Fox Award for Best Editing went to Alitalia Anderson for Circle of Hell, a horror film with Faustian overtones.
Yelesah Haseley accepts her award for Best Screenplay of 2011 for the film she directed, Chasing Pavement.
Lee Walis, sound designer for the ceremony and presenter of the Best Sound in a Film Award.
The Silver Fox Award for Best Sound in a Film goes to Christopher Rumore for Retuning Education.
Michael Walsh accepts the Silver Fox for Best Feature-Length Screenplay