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Slamdance hands out its awards


The winners of the 16th annual Slamdance Film Festival were awarded yesterday in Park City, Utah. Walking away with the top honors were Charles-Olivier Michaud for his film SNOW AND ASHES, about a war correspondent in Eastern Europe who wakes from a coma to find his collaborator missing, and Mark Claywell's documentary AMERICAN JIHADIST, about what brings a man to die or kill in the name of religion.

Picked from a group of eighteen films in competition, the night's winners themselves came from a record 5,000-plus submissions. Congratulations to all who won, to all who were in competition, and hell, to all who simply entered. It takes a lot, I know.

Here's the complete list of winners:


Narrative Film
"Snow and Ashes," directed by Charles-Olivier Michaud
Special Jury Mention: "One Hundred Mornings," directed by Conor Horgan

Documentary Film
"American Jihadist," directed by Mark Claywell

Animated Short
"Seed," directed by Ben Richardson and Daniel Bird

Narrative Short
"Prvi Dan Mira" (First Day of Peace), directed by Mirko Rucnov
Special Jury Mention: "Bout the Bout," directed by Nico Sabenorio


Narrative Film
"The Wild Hunt," directed by Alexandre Franchi

Documentary Film
"Mind of the Demon: The Larry Linkogle Story," directed by Adam Barker

Best Anarchy Online Film
"Sugar Stick," directed by Laura Harris

Spirit of Slamdance Sparky Short Film Award
"Mosquito," directed by Jeremy Engle


Kodak Vision Award for Best Cinematography
"General Orders No. 9," directed by Robert Persons

Dos Equis Most Interesting Film Award
"Nothing but Everything," directed by Wallace Cotten

1st Script Accessible Screenplay Award sponsored by Lonely Seal Releasing
"All the Wrong Reasons," written by Gia Milani
Extra Tidbit: If you have an Xbox 360 connected to Xbox Live, you can check out AMERICAN JIHADIST, MIND OF THE DEMON, THE SCENESTERS, and THE WILD HUNT via Live's Video Marketplace.
Source: THR



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