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"Amnesia" and "533 Statements" Among Top Prize Winners at 2006 Inside Out Fest

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire June 5, 2006 at 11:20AM

"Amnesia: The James Brighton Enigma" by Denis Langois and "533 Statements" by Tori Foster tied for the best Canadian feature length narrative or documentary at this year's Inside Out: Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival, the event announced recently. "A Love to Hide" won the best feature prize in the audience category, and Nancy Nicol's "The End of Second Class" won in the doc section among the audience prizes. Inside Out took place in Toronto May 18 - 28. [For a full list of winners, visit the festival's website.] [Brian Brooks]
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"Amnesia: The James Brighton Enigma" by Denis Langois and "533 Statements" by Tori Foster tied for the best Canadian feature length narrative or documentary at this year's Inside Out: Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival, the event announced recently. "A Love to Hide" won the best feature prize in the audience category, and Nancy Nicol's "The End of Second Class" won in the doc section among the audience prizes. Inside Out took place in Toronto May 18 - 28. [For a full list of winners, visit the festival's website.] [Brian Brooks]





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