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“Littlerock” Takes Indep. Film Festival of Boston Honors

"Littlerock" Takes Indep. Film Festival of Boston Honors

Mike Ott’s “Littlerock” took home the Narrative Grand Jury Prize Wednesday at the 2011 Independent Film Festival of Boston, while “Last Days Here” by Don Argott and Demian Fenton won Best Dcoumentary at the event. Takashi Miike’s “13 Assassin” received the Audience Award in the narrative category, while the doc audience nod went to Steven Ascher and Jeanne Jordan’s “Raising Renee.”

IFFBoston closed out with a screening of Rodman Flender’s “Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop.” Guests included Miranda July, Kevin Clash with Elmo, Azazel Jacobs, Annie Sundberg, Garret Dillahunt, Andre Ovredal, Sebastien Pilote, Wayne Duvall, Bill Ingersoll, Mike Cahill, Jim Mickle, and more.

IFFBoston winners with credits etc. provided by the festival:

Narrative Feature:
Grand Jury Prize Winner: “Littlerock” directed by Mike Ott
Special Jury Prize Winner: “Green” directed by Sophia Takal
Audience Award Winner: “13 Assassins” directed by Takashi Miike

Documentary Feature:
Grand Jury Prize Winner: “Last Days Here” directed by Don Argott & Demian Fenton
Special Jury Prize Winner: “Convento” directed by Jarred Alterman
Audience Award Winner: “Raising Renee” directed by Steven Ascher & Jeanne Jordan
Karen Schmeer Award for Excellence in Documentary Editing: “How to Die in Oregon” directed by Peter Richardson

Short Film:
Grand Jury Prize Winner: “Ich Bin’s Helmut” directed by Nicolas Steiner
Special Jury Prize Winner: “The Strange Ones” directed by Christopher Radcliff & Lauren Wolkstein
Audience Award Winner: “Flying Anne” directed by Catherine Van Campen

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