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Manhattan Film Fest Winners: "White Irish Drinkers," "The Three Way," "Wedding Party," "Fordson"

By Sophia Savage | Indiewire August 3, 2011 at 6:56AM

The Manhattan Film Festival, which ran July 23 - 31 and showcased 132 films, announced their winners, with John Gray's "White Irish Drinkers" taking Best Feature Drama, Julian Renner's "The Three Way" winning Best Feature Comedy, and Amanda Jane's "The Wedding Party" receiving the Best International Feature prize (Australia). Rashid Ghazi's "Fordson: Faith Fasting Football" won both the Best Feature Documentary and Film Heals awards. The rest of the winners are below. Here's more.
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The Manhattan Film Festival, which ran July 23 - 31 and showcased 132 films, announced their winners, with John Gray's "White Irish Drinkers" taking Best Feature Drama, Julian Renner's "The Three Way" winning Best Feature Comedy, and Amanda Jane's "The Wedding Party" receiving the Best International Feature prize (Australia). Rashid Ghazi's "Fordson: Faith Fasting Football" won both the Best Feature Documentary and Film Heals awards. The rest of the winners are below. Here's more.

Best Actor
Jeff Stewart, "Under Jakob’s Ladder"

Best Period Piece
"Under Jakob's Ladder"

Best Actress
Juliette Bennett, "The Couple"

Best Original Music
Keith Patchel, "Crumble"

Emerging Filmmaker Award
Nazim Uddin

Buzz Award
"AppleBox"

Best Short
"Hard to Come By"

Best Student Film
"Made Off"

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