Provincetown film fest hands out awards

'Undertow,' 'Mao's Last Dancer' tie for best narrative feature

The Provincetown International Film Festival's audience award for best narrative feature resulted in a tie, with honors going to Javier Fuentes-Leon's "Undertow" and Bruce Beresford's "Mao's Last Dancer" as the fest concluded Sunday.

Lucy Walker's "Waste Land" took home the audience award for best documentary feature, while Joseph Laraja's "Come on Down" won the audience award for best short film.

The student film grand jury prize went to Cameron Sawyer's "She's the Fox."

The Massachusetts fest, which focuses on indie film and emerging talent, presented its Filmmaker on the Edge Award to Kevin Smith. Tilda Swinton was honored with its Excellence in Acting Award, and "Howl" filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman were recognized with the Faith Hubley Memorial Award.
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