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iW NEWS | Inside Out Announces Winners

By Indiewire | Indiewire May 26, 2008 at 5:19AM

The 18th Annual Inside Out Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival wrapped up Sunday, touting an impressive 5% boost in attendance over last year as it handed out awards in various categories. Juried awards were given to Tanaz Eshaghian's "Be Like Others," which won the best Canadian feature-length narrative or documentary award, Jim Verburg's "For a Relationship," which won the Colin Campbell Award for best Canadian short, and Barb Taylor won the best up-and-coming Toronto film or videomaker award for "Tomboy." Audience awards went to Tom Gustafson's "Were The World Mine" for best feature film or video, Gwen Haworth's "She's A Boy I Knew" won the Elle Flanders Documentary Award, and Dee Rees' "Pariah" won the Mikey/Schmikey Award for best short. "The 18th edition of Inside Out was a resounding success with increased audiences, overwhelmingly positive reviews and feedback on our programming and directors and guests," stated Scott Ferguson, Executive Director of Inside Out in a statement. "The Festival continues to be a rite of spring for the LGBT community." [Peter Knegt]
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The 18th Annual Inside Out Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival wrapped up Sunday, touting an impressive 5% boost in attendance over last year as it handed out awards in various categories. Juried awards were given to Tanaz Eshaghian's "Be Like Others," which won the best Canadian feature-length narrative or documentary award, Jim Verburg's "For a Relationship," which won the Colin Campbell Award for best Canadian short, and Barb Taylor won the best up-and-coming Toronto film or videomaker award for "Tomboy." Audience awards went to Tom Gustafson's "Were The World Mine" for best feature film or video, Gwen Haworth's "She's A Boy I Knew" won the Elle Flanders Documentary Award, and Dee Rees' "Pariah" won the Mikey/Schmikey Award for best short. "The 18th edition of Inside Out was a resounding success with increased audiences, overwhelmingly positive reviews and feedback on our programming and directors and guests," stated Scott Ferguson, Executive Director of Inside Out in a statement. "The Festival continues to be a rite of spring for the LGBT community." [Peter Knegt]

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