'Dizzle' dazzles Downtown fest

David Russo's film named best feature

"The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle," directed by David Russo and produced by Peggy Case, was named best feature at the 2009 Downtown Film Festival-L.A., which concluded during the weekend.

Jeffrey J. Orgill took the feature director award for "Boppin' at the Glue Factory," and feature screenplay honors went to Mickey Blaine for "Commit."

The fest's Programming Director Award went to "The Snake Mountain Colada," directed by Calvin Lee Reeder. Corey Brandenstein's "Journey to the Line" was named best downtown film.

The award for feature editor was presented to Gabriel Sunday and Jordan J. Miller for "My Suicide," and Chris Soos earned the feature cinematography prize for "Phantom Love."