'Dogs' has its day at Heartland fest

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"Shooting Dogs," directed by Michael Caton-Jones and written by David Wolstencroft, received the $100,000 Grand Prize Award for Best Dramatic Feature at the 15th annual Heartland Film Festival, which just concluded in Indianapolis. The inaugural $25,000 Award for Best Documentary Feature went to "The Hip Hop Project" producer/director Matt Ruskin and Diana "Princess: Lemon, who appears in the film. Producer Hilary Glaholt received the $10,000 Vision Award for Best Short Film for "Shade," which was written and directed by Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
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