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"Little Rose" Wins Big at Tiburon International Film Festival

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire April 18, 2011 at 3:55AM

Jan Kidawa-Blonski's "Little Rose" was the big winner at this year's Tiburon International Film Festival, snagging Best Film at the event which wrapped on April 15 in Tiburon, California. Below find the full list of winners:
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Jan Kidawa-Blonski's "Little Rose" was the big winner at this year's Tiburon International Film Festival, snagging Best Film at the event which wrapped on April 15 in Tiburon, California. Below find the full list of winners:

Best Film: "Little Rose" by Jan Kidawa-Blonski [Poland]
Best Director: Jan Kidawa-Blonski for "Little Rose" [Poland]
Best Actor: Miroslav Donutil for "Novel for Men" [Czech Republic]
Best Actress: Magdalena Boczarska for "Little Rose" [Poland]
Best Documentary: "Cultures of Resistance" by Iara Lee [USA]
Best Screenplay: Szabolcs Hajdu for "Bibliothèque Pascal" [Hungary]
Best Cinematography: "Bibliothèque Pascal" by András Nagy [Hungry]
Humanitarian Award: "Understanding Trafficking" by Ananya Chatterjee Chakraborti [India]
Best Short: "Minutes, Hours" by Janaina Marques [Cuba]
Best Music Video: "Into My Heart" by Paul O'Bryan [USA]
Best Dance Short Film: "Tracking Happiness" by Mircea Cantor [France]
Best Animation: "Babell" by Hendrick Dusollier [France]
Best Sport Film: "From the Dirt" by Matthew Rodgers [USA]
Federico Fellini Award: Olaf Saumer for "Suicide Club" [Germany]
Orson Wells Award: Jeremy Veverka & Jesse Veverka for China: "The Rebirth of an Empire" [USA]
Best Experimental Film: "Hand to Hand" by Tamás Wormser [Canada]
Best Comedy: "I Love You" by Sermiyan Midyat [Turkey]
Best Children’s Film: "David & Kamal" by Kikuo Kawasaki [Japan/Israel]
Best Student Film: "Shelter" by Robert Kolodny [USA]

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