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"Believe in Me" and "Thin" Among Top Winners at Jackson Hole Film Festival

By Indiewire | Indiewire June 12, 2006 at 8:05AM

Director Robert Collector received the Rosemount Diamond Award for his feature, "Believe in Me," which included a $10,000 cash prize at the recent Jackson Hole Film Festival, held June 7 - 11 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The film also took the fest's best feature film prize, while "Thin" by Lauren Greenfield won best documentary. Also taking nods were "The West Wittering Affair" by David Scheinmann, which received a prize in the festival's Best World Program: Spotlight UK section, while Best Global Insight Film was presented to "Disarm" by Brian Liu and Mary Wareham. Hilary Brougher won best director for "Stephanie Daley," and the audience choice award went to "Aurora Borealis" by James Burke. [For a full list of winners, visit the Jackson Hole Film Festival's website.] [Brian Brooks]
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Director Robert Collector received the Rosemount Diamond Award for his feature, "Believe in Me," which included a $10,000 cash prize at the recent Jackson Hole Film Festival, held June 7 - 11 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The film also took the fest's best feature film prize, while "Thin" by Lauren Greenfield won best documentary. Also taking nods were "The West Wittering Affair" by David Scheinmann, which received a prize in the festival's Best World Program: Spotlight UK section, while Best Global Insight Film was presented to "Disarm" by Brian Liu and Mary Wareham. Hilary Brougher won best director for "Stephanie Daley," and the audience choice award went to "Aurora Borealis" by James Burke. [For a full list of winners, visit the Jackson Hole Film Festival's website.] [Brian Brooks]







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