Summer Wins 'Best Actress' Award for 'Inside the Box' at Northeast Film Festival

Inside the Box Continues Its International Festival Tour

Another prize for Summer Glau! Summer has won the award for 'Best Actress in a Short' for her performance in David Martin-Porras's short drama 'Inside the Box' at the 2nd annual Northeast Film Festival (NEFF), held from September 5-7, 2014 at the Teaneck Cinemas in Teaneck, New Jersey.
This is the second award for best actress won by Summer Glau after the one she won at the 26th Spanish “L’Alfàs del Pi” film festival in July 2014. 
Her co-star Wilson Bethel got a well deserved nomination but didn't get the award. for 'Best actor in a short' at NEFF. Congratulations to Summer, Wilson and the whole cast and crew for this achievement!
Inside the Box manages to deliver a strong message about HIV criminalization, whilst captivating the audience with unexpected turn of events. It is a great way to showcase Summer Glau's talents well, to reach to a new audience and ultimately will help with her career.
Hopefully all fans will be able to see it when it will be available on VOD and DVD at a date to be determined. 
Of course we will keep you updated on the dates and locations of the screenings, so stay tuned!


Wilson Bethel and Summer Glau in Inside the Box
Wilson Bethel and Summer Glau in Inside the Box.


18 Sep 2014
Total comments: 4
  Message #1 | chrisdvanne_ | 18 Sep 2014, 15:46 GMT [Entry]

Nice to hear all the praise for David Martin-Porras's short film and its actors.

Very proud of Summer and the whole team!

  Message #2 | robbo | 19 Sep 2014, 03:29 GMT [Entry]

Great Achievement Summer well done keep up the good work. richly deserved nice one Summer!

  Message #3 | Frank | 19 Sep 2014, 11:24 GMT


  Message #4 | KevinInEngland | 11 Jun 2019, 15:56 GMT

There was a lot of build-up to this 'short'.
I thought it was good.

On this subject, people might remember Regina King, who played a person from the law investigating what Summer Glau's screen husband was getting up to.
I might be late in posting this but there is a series named 'Who Do You Think You Are? USA.

Tonight at 9pm, is Regina King's ancestry.  She investigates her maternal family tree and uncovers an ancestor who was a radical civil-rights activist in Alabama, and never stopped fighting for his people.

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