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iW News | Sonoma Concludes 10th Edition with "Johnny Slade," "Shoot Down" and "Rain in a Dry Land" T

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire April 26, 2007 at 12:32PM

The 10th anniversary Sonoma Valley Film Festival wrapped with the prize for best feature going to "Johnny Slade's Greatest Hits" by Larry Blamire, and Cristina Khuly's look at the evolution of Cuban-American foreign policy, "Shoot Down" and Anne Makepeace's "Rain in a Dry Land" about Somali refugees in America sharing best doc. Sarah Kelly's "The Lather Effect" took "best lounge short" and Shyam Balse's "Monsoon" won best narrative short. "Park" by Kurt Voelker received the audience prize for best narrative feature and Michele Ohayon's "Steal a Pencil for Me" took best doc by audiences. SVFF screened 100 films from around the world. [Brian Brooks]
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The 10th anniversary Sonoma Valley Film Festival wrapped with the prize for best feature going to "Johnny Slade's Greatest Hits" by Larry Blamire, and Cristina Khuly's look at the evolution of Cuban-American foreign policy, "Shoot Down" and Anne Makepeace's "Rain in a Dry Land" about Somali refugees in America sharing best doc. Sarah Kelly's "The Lather Effect" took "best lounge short" and Shyam Balse's "Monsoon" won best narrative short. "Park" by Kurt Voelker received the audience prize for best narrative feature and Michele Ohayon's "Steal a Pencil for Me" took best doc by audiences. SVFF screened 100 films from around the world. [Brian Brooks]