Adam Badlotto has screened his work in dozens of film festivals worldwide and won awards from Ovation TV, PBS, the Festivus Film Festival and more. His first film, “Only in Dreams”, is an abstract stop-motion short that was created using nothing but a flatbed scanner.
“Only in Dreams” has been screened in over 20 film festivals worldwide, acquiring numerous awards such as the Best Experimental Film Award from both The Festivus Film Festival and the Oxford Film Festival. “Only in Dreams” won the Viewer’s Choice Award in the 2nd Annual Ovation TV Short Film Contest. The film was screened at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and broadcasted nationally on Ovation TV. It screened a second time on television as part of PBS' Reel 13 program in New York City.
Since the success of his first film, Adam's work has continued to appear in the film festival circuit each year, making him an alumni at notable festivals such as The Festivus Film Festival and The Brooklyn Film Festival and appearing in notable festivals such as the DC Shorts Film Festival (the largest shorts film festival in the US) and the Athens International Film Festival (an Oscar qualifying film festival). His film "Love Hitch" was just awarded the Best Music Video award at the Nevada Film Festival and Sigur Rós film titled "Ég Anda" won Best Music Video at The Festivus Film Festival.
Adam has also produced award winning graphic design work. His Organic Consumers Association design manual won an award from Thirst Design, helmed by world renowned designer Rick Valicenti. He led a project that turned cigarette receptacles into non-profit donation collectors. This project, titled the "Donacone", received an award from and was featured in HOW Design Magazine. He created animations for the home page of the Helium Creative website, which went on to win a Davey Award. The website was one of three winners picked out of over 4,000 submissions worldwide.