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New Screen Television Presents Inaugural New Vision Awards

By Indiewire | Indiewire February 2, 2006 at 8:44AM

New Screen Television announced the winners of its inaugural New Vision Awards. The awards are presented annually to recognize "outstanding works from the yearly broadcast schedule of New Screen TV." All works broadcast by New Screen TV are automatically eligible and entered in to consideration for the awards. The winners are: Grand Prize for best film "The Adventures of Mad Matt" ($7,500) by Scott Rice (Austin, TX); Best Drama Prize ($2,000) “Stealing Innocence” by Nancy Stein (CA); Best Documentary Prize ($2,000) "Vieques: Worth Every Bit of Struggle" by Mary Patierno (MA); Best Animation Prize ($2,000) "Fan" by Lori Samsel (NY); Best Fine Art Prize ($2,000) "2am - Two Around the Mountain" by Luis Cantillo and Lina Dorado (NY); Best Student Production Prize ($2,000) "Andy" by Terence Healy (OR). [Brian Brooks]
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New Screen Television announced the winners of its inaugural New Vision Awards. The awards are presented annually to recognize "outstanding works from the yearly broadcast schedule of New Screen TV." All works broadcast by New Screen TV are automatically eligible and entered in to consideration for the awards. The winners are: Grand Prize for best film "The Adventures of Mad Matt" ($7,500) by Scott Rice (Austin, TX); Best Drama Prize ($2,000) “Stealing Innocence” by Nancy Stein (CA); Best Documentary Prize ($2,000) "Vieques: Worth Every Bit of Struggle" by Mary Patierno (MA); Best Animation Prize ($2,000) "Fan" by Lori Samsel (NY); Best Fine Art Prize ($2,000) "2am - Two Around the Mountain" by Luis Cantillo and Lina Dorado (NY); Best Student Production Prize ($2,000) "Andy" by Terence Healy (OR). [Brian Brooks]

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