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Zombies rule as 'Uh-oh' wins People's Choice Curvee Award

The Film Vandals won this year
The Film Vandals won this year's Renton Reporter People's Choice Award for their film 'Uh-Oh.'
— image credit: Photo Courtesy Kelley Balcomb-Bartok

It looks like zombies rule in this year’s Renton FilmFrenzy VI People’s Choice Award voting.

This year’s Renton Reporter People’s Choice Curvee Award goes to “Uh-Oh,” made by producer Kaitlyn N. Larson and the Film Vandals film about two friends preparing themselves for a zombie invasion on the eve of November.

A record-setting 25 filmmaking teams from cities throughout the region entered this year’s sixth annual 50-hour FilmFrenzy and 23 teams completed films and turned them in by the deadline. The filming took place in Renton from 5 p.m. Oct. 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 6.

The People’s Choice Curvee will be presented to the winners later this month at a Renton City Council meeting.

Voting is now closed, but if you would like to see any or all of this year’s FilmFrenzy entrants, visit

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