Christian Vincent's "Haute Cuisine" and Morgan Neville's "Twenty Feet From Stardom" were the big winners last night as the Provincetown International Film Festival concluded during an open-air block party by doling out prizes to the audience award winners. "Haute Cuisine," the story of Daniele Delpeuch, who was the private chef to French President Francois Mitterrant was named best narrative feature, while "Twenty Feet," which is currently playing in select theaters, won best documentary feature.
Other winners included Whoopi Goldberg, awarded the John Schlesinger Award given to a first-time documentary or narrative feature filmmaker for her debut "Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin' To Tell You," and Marnie Crawford Samuelson, whose "Selina Trieff Will Not Stop" won best short film.
Earlier over the weekend, renown cinematographer Ed Lachman ("Far From Heaven") accepted the Faith Hubley Career Achievement Award, and Harmony Korine was on hand to receive the Filmmaker on the Edge Award.
Below is the full list of winners:
"Haute Cuisine" (Directed by Christian Vincent) - HBO Audience Award Best Narrative Feature.
"Seline Trieff Will Not Stop" (Directed by Marnie Crawford Samuelson) HBO Audience Award Best Short Film.
"Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin' To Tell You" (Directed by Whoopi Goldberg) - The John Schlesinger Award (given to a first time documentary or narrative feature filmmaker)
"Setup, Punch" (Directed by David Schlussel) - Jury Award / Live Action Short Film
"Fear of Flying" Directed by Conor Finnegan) - Jury Award / Animated Short Film
"The River" (Directed by Sam Handel) - Jury Award / New England Short Film
"I Am Too Moody" (Directed by Ainslie Henderson) - Jury Award / Student Short Film