Abe Sylvia's 'Dirty Girl' Wins Top Prize at Provincetown Film Festival
Cindy Meehl's 'Buck' takes the audience award for best documentary.
Abe Sylvia’s Dirty Girl won the HBO Audience Award for best narrative feature at the Provincetown International Film Festival, which concluded Sunday.
Cindy Meehl’s Buck took the audience award for best documentary, while Andrew Putschoegl’s Hello Caller earned the audience award for best student film. The Student Film Grand Jury Prize went to Neil Forbe’s 27.
The fest also paid tribute to Darren Aronofsky, who received its Filmmaker on the Edge Award; Vera Farmiga, who received its Excellence in Acting Award; and filmmaker Albert Maysles, who was presented with a Career Achievement Award.
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