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"Mojave Phone Booth" and "Manual of Love" Take Top Stony Brook Film Festival Prizes

By Indiewire | Indiewire August 3, 2006 at 10:53AM

The 11th Stony Brook Film Festival ended July 29 with director John Putch's "Mojave Phone Book" winning the jury prize for best feature, while the audience award for best feature went to Giovanni Veronesi's "Manual of Love." In the shorts category, Valerie Weiss' "Transgressions" took the jury prize, while writer/director Douglas Horn's "Full Disclosure" received the audience award. The ten-day festival took place in Stony Brook, NY July 20 - 29. [Brian Brooks]
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The 11th Stony Brook Film Festival ended July 29 with director John Putch's "Mojave Phone Book" winning the jury prize for best feature, while the audience award for best feature went to Giovanni Veronesi's "Manual of Love." In the shorts category, Valerie Weiss' "Transgressions" took the jury prize, while writer/director Douglas Horn's "Full Disclosure" received the audience award. The ten-day festival took place in Stony Brook, NY July 20 - 29. [Brian Brooks]





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