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The 20th annual Slamdance Film Festival has picked its winners.
Fernando Frias De La Parra’s Rezeta nabbed the Jury Award for Narrative Feature, while the Jury Award for Documentary Feature went to Matthew Bauckman and Jaret Belliveau‘s Elliot.
The Audience Award for Narrative Feature went to Copenhagen, from director Mark Raso. Kidnapped For Christ, from director Kate S. Logan and executive producer Lance Bass, nabbed the Audience Award for Documentary Feature.
Find the complete list of winners below.
Audience award for documentary feature:
Kidnapped for Christ,directed by Kate S. Logan.
Audience Award for Narrative Feature:
Copenhagen, directed by Mark Raso.
Jury Awards – Narrative
Jury Award for Narrative Feature:
Rezeta, directed by Fernando Frias de la parra.
Jury Special Mention for Original Vision:
I Play With the Phrase Each Other, directed by Jay Alvarez.
Jury Awards – Documentary
Jury award for documentary feature:
Elliot, directed by Matthew Bauckman and Jaret Belliveau
Jury special mention for most compelling personal journey:
Huntington’s dance, directed by chris furbee.
Jury Award for Documentary Short:
Glass Eyes of Locust Bayou, directed by Simon Mercer
Jury Special Mention for Cinematography in a Documentary Short:
White Earth, directed by J. Christian Jensen.
Jury Awards – Short Films
Jury Award for Narrative Short:
Daybreak, directed by Ian Lagarde
Jury Special Mention for Narrative Short:
The Way, directed by Max Ksjonda
Jury Award for Animation Short:
The Path of Wind, directed by Kim Ju-im
Jury Award for Experimental Short
Real Ethereal, directed by Evan Mann
Jury Award for Anarchy Short
Wawd ahp, directed by Steve Girard
Spirit of Slamdance Award:
The Greggs, directed by Bruce Bundy, Nigel Defriez, Rob Malone, Kira Pearson, Alex Mechanik, Jessie Levandov, Jonathan Rosenblit
Blackmagic Design Cinematography Award:
Sometimes I dream I’m Flying, directed by Aneta Popiel-Machnicka
Slamdance Trailer Competition Grand Prize, Presented by Mixbit:
Love Steaks, directed by Jakob Lass
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