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Ya’Ke Smith’s Controversial Drama “Wolf” Wins BIG At 2012 Dallas International Film Fest

Ya'Ke Smith's Controversial Drama "Wolf" Wins BIG At 2012 Dallas International Film Fest

Big congrats to Ya’Ke Smith whose feature film debut, the searing drama Wolf (which already has the S&A stamp of approval), on winning the Grand Jury Prize for the Panavision Texas Filmmaker Award at the 2012 Dallas International Film Festival over the weekend!

The prize includes a $30,000 camera rental package! Nice!

Will come in handy on that next feature…

Other S&A covered titles that screened at that festival and picked up awards include the New Orleans-set Tchoupitoulas, which was awarded the $10,000 Grand Jury Prize for Documentary Feature.

Overall, the 2012 Dallas International Film Festival showcased 83 features and 99 shorts for a total of 182 films from 27 countries.

For the full wrap-up of award winners, click HERE.

Trailer for Wolf below:

This Article is related to: Festivals


Comments

Joe Doughrity

Lush cinematography! Can't wait to see it.

Cinexa

I went to see this on Thursday at DIFF. I went uptown to the Magnolia Theater instead of the Angelika and missed it…Sold out with a line out the door. Good job Ya'ke.

Rodney

Congrats Ya'ke!

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