Woodstock, Mill Valley set audience nods
The audience awards at the Woodstock Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday in Woodstock, N.Y., resulted in a pair of ties. The award for best narrative feature went to Susanne Bier's "After the Wedding" and Udi Aloni's "Forgiveness," and the award for best documentary feature went to Barbara Kopple's "Dixie Chicks: Shut Up & Sing" and Rachel Libert's "Beyond Conviction." The audiences at the Mill Valley Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday in California, were more decisive. They voted awards to Phillip Noyce's "Catch a Fire" as best dramatic feature, Amy Berg's "Deliver Us From Evil" as best feature-length docu and Wolfgang Murnberger's "Lapislazuli: In the Eye of the Bear" as best children's film.