The 10th Annual CineVegas Film Festival concluded this weekend, and winners were announced in a variety of categories. They included Rolf Belgum‘s “She Unfolds By Day,” which received the Grand Jury Prize; Rachel Samuels‘ “Dark Streets,” which was acknowledged with a Special Jury Award; and Bill Pullman, who received a Special Jury Award for his role in Matthew Wilder‘s “Your Name Here.” Additionally, the Jury Prize for the Festival’s special section, Pioneer Documentaries, was awarded to Aaron Rose and Joshua Leonard‘s “Beautiful Losers,” with Paul Eagleston and Stephen Rose‘s “Hi My Name is Ryan” garnering a Special Documentary Jury Prize. Jonas Cuaron‘s “Ano una” (Year of the Nail) received the La Proxima Ola Grand Jury Prize. John Corey‘s “Lost in the Fog” and Jared Drake‘s “Visioneers” picked up the Audience Awards for Documentary and Narrative Features. “We have seen a considerable amount of filmmaker talent at the Festival over the past decade, and this year is no exception,” said Artistic Director Trevor Groth in a statement. “In addition, CineVegas had record number of attendees this year. From our groundbreaking films, to our extravagant parties, this has by far been our most well-attended Festival to date.” indieWIRE published two dispatches from CineVegas, which you can check out here and here. [Peter Knegt]
iW NEWS | CineVegas Goes For “She Unfolds”
iW NEWS | CineVegas Goes For "She Unfolds"
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