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Jim Pasternak’s “Certifiably Jonathan,” a look at comedian Jonathan Winters, won the grand jury prize for best feature film at the inaugural edition of the Feel Good Film Festival, which was held Friday through Sunday at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
Michael Berry’s “Mira” received both the jury and audience awards as best short film.
Christopher Watson’s “The Rainbow Tribe” picked up the audience award for best feature.
The cinematography award went to Jim Orr for his work on Rocco DeVilliers’ “The Flyboys.”
Noah Edelson’s “Hear, Boy!” won the screenplay competition, and Alyssa Suede Campbell won the original song competition for her song, “Falling From Mars.”
The student awards went to Philip Hodges’ “First Bass” in the 20-21-year old division, and Lisa Kowalski’s “The Last Cherry” in the 19-year and under division.
Paul Germain’s “Speedy Delivery” earned the IndieFlix Award.
The fest showcased 53 films, including 15 features, 31 shorts, and 7 student films. Rainn Wilson served as host for the opening night gala.
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