'Haute Cuisine' Wins Audience Award at Provincetown Film Festival
Whoopi Goldberg's documentary about Moms Mabley is honored with the John Schlesinger Award.
Christian Vincent’s Haute Cuisine, the story of Danièle Delpeuch, who was the private chef to French President François Mitterrand, received the audience award for best narrative feature at the Provincetown International Film Festival, which handed out its awards Sunday night.
The audience award for best documentary feature went to Morgan Neville’s Twenty Feet From Stardom.
Other awards were given to Marnie Crawford Samuelson’s Selina Trieff Will Not Stop, audience award for best short film; Whoopi Goldberg’s Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin’ To Tell You, the John Schlesinger Award given to a first-time documentary or narrative feature filmmaker; David Schlussel’s Setup, Punch, jury award/live-action short film; Conor Finnegan’s Fear of Flying, jury award/animated short film; Sam Handel’s The River, jury award/New England short film; and Ainslie Henderson’s I Am Tom Moody, jury award/student short film.
Cinematographer Ed Lachman received the Faith Hubley Career Achievement Award, and Harmony Korine received the Filmmaker on the Edge Award.
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