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iW NEWS | Zhang Yang Takes Reel Asian Prize

By Indiewire | Indiewire November 26, 2007 at 5:18AM

The Reel Asian International Film Festival wrapped up in Toronto and announced their awards in various categories. Zhang Yang's "Getting Home" won the NOW Audience Award, for which all feature films at the festival were eligible. David Chung and Matt Dibble took the National Film Board Documentary Award for their "Koryo Saram - The Unreliable People," director Jeff Chiba Stearns" won the Animasian Award for "Yellow Sticky Notes," while Lesley Loksi Chan's "Wanda and Miles" won the Most Innovative Film Production Award. Chan, the festival's spotlight artist, also took the TSV Visionary Award for "I No I No for "daring to speak her truth and making it witty and beautiful and tender," according to jury member Mike Hoolbloom. [Peter Knegt]
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The Reel Asian International Film Festival wrapped up in Toronto and announced their awards in various categories. Zhang Yang's "Getting Home" won the NOW Audience Award, for which all feature films at the festival were eligible. David Chung and Matt Dibble took the National Film Board Documentary Award for their "Koryo Saram - The Unreliable People," director Jeff Chiba Stearns" won the Animasian Award for "Yellow Sticky Notes," while Lesley Loksi Chan's "Wanda and Miles" won the Most Innovative Film Production Award. Chan, the festival's spotlight artist, also took the TSV Visionary Award for "I No I No for "daring to speak her truth and making it witty and beautiful and tender," according to jury member Mike Hoolbloom. [Peter Knegt]





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