'My Suicide' tops Gen Art festival awards

'Adelaide,' 'Punching the Clown' also win prizes

David Miller's "My Suicide" copped the grand jury award for best feature at the 14th annual Gen Art Film Festival, which handed out its prizes Tuesday at a closing-night party at New York's Club BLVD. The award for best short film went to Liliana Greenfield-Sanders' "Adelaide." Both films also took home the fest's audience awards.

The Stargazer Award honoring breakout talent for excellence in acting went to Gabriel Sunday from "My Suicide."

Musician Moby presented a special jury prize for best use of music in a feature film to "Punching the Clown," directed by Gregori Viens, with music by Henry Phillips.

"Finding Bliss," directed by Julie Davis and starring Leelee Sobieski, Matthew Davis, Donnamarie Recco, Denise Richards, Kristen Johnston and Jamie Kennedy, had its U.S. premiere as the closing-night film.
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