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Our First Winner of Project of the Week: It's Angeline Gragasin's "The Animals"

Photo of Dana Harris By Dana Harris | Indiewire September 1, 2011 at 11:06AM

We have our first winner for the Project of the Week: It's "The Animals," a short film and all-female production "that explores obsession, nature, and the doppelgänger through dark comedy and magical realism."
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Our First Winner of Project of the Week: It's Angeline Gragasin's "The Animals"
An image from Angeline Gragasin's "The Animals." [Image courtesy of the filmmakers]

We have our first winner for the Project of the Week: It's "The Animals," a short film and all-female production "that explores obsession, nature, and the doppelgänger through dark comedy and magical realism."

Here's the film's original Project of the Day profile.

The filmmaker, Angeline Gragasin, will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and qualifies for Project of the Month; that winner receives a consultation from the most suitable branch of the Sundance Institute.

We'll have many more opportunities to vote and to win in the weeks ahead. And if you have a project you'd like to submit, please do.

This article is related to: Project of the Day, Project of the Day





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