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"Black Irish" Wins Three at Method Fest

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire April 6, 2007 at 3:05AM

Brad Gann's "Black Irish" won best picture award at The Method Fest Independent Film Festival, which closed Wednesday night, while the audience prize for best pic went to "Destiny" by Vage Khacatryan. "Trade Routes" director Jim Loftus won the best director prize as well as best foreign film, while Australian film "Plum Role" by Zak Hilditch took the fest's award for "high quality in low budget filmmaking." Best actor went to Michael Angarano for his role in "Black Irish," while "Tomorrow is Today"'s Scout Taylor-Compton won the award for best actress. Best supporting actress went to Dagmara Dominczyk, ("Mentor") and Tom Guiry, ("Black Irish") took best supporting actor. "Across the Hall" by Alan Powell won best short and "Steel Toes" writer/co-director David Gow won best screenplay. The 9th annual the Method Fest screened 26 feature films and 46 shorts from U.S. and international filmmakers from March 29 - April 4. [Brian Brooks]
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Brad Gann's "Black Irish" won best picture award at The Method Fest Independent Film Festival, which closed Wednesday night, while the audience prize for best pic went to "Destiny" by Vage Khacatryan. "Trade Routes" director Jim Loftus won the best director prize as well as best foreign film, while Australian film "Plum Role" by Zak Hilditch took the fest's award for "high quality in low budget filmmaking." Best actor went to Michael Angarano for his role in "Black Irish," while "Tomorrow is Today"'s Scout Taylor-Compton won the award for best actress. Best supporting actress went to Dagmara Dominczyk, ("Mentor") and Tom Guiry, ("Black Irish") took best supporting actor. "Across the Hall" by Alan Powell won best short and "Steel Toes" writer/co-director David Gow won best screenplay. The 9th annual the Method Fest screened 26 feature films and 46 shorts from U.S. and international filmmakers from March 29 - April 4. [Brian Brooks]