PARK CITY 2000 NEWS: Wilcha's Target Wins Two at Slamdance
by Eugene Hernandez / indieWIRE
(indieWIRE/1.30.2000) -- The sixth annual Slamdance Film Festival concluded in Park City this weekend with the announcement of the award winners. Chris Wilcha's documentary, "The Target Shoots First," won two awards including the Festival's Documentary Award. Frank Novak's "Good Housekeeping," won the grand jury prize for Best Feature.
Grand Jury Award for Best Feature: "Good Housekeeping," directed by
Grand Jury Award for Best Short: "Elevator World," directed by Mitchell Rose
Audience Feature Award: "Dolphins," directed by Farhad Yawari
Audience Short Award: "Mutual Love Life," directed by Robert Peters
Documentary Award: "The Target Shoots First," directed by Chris Wilcha
Ilford Black and White Award: "Great Falls," directed by Yves Stening
Kodak Vision Award for Best Cinematography: "Tuvalu," directed by Veit Helmer. Cinematography by Emil Cristof
Award for Best Editing: "The Target Shoots First," directed by Chris Wilcha. Edited by Chris Wilcha & Bill Yoelin
Spirit of Slamdance Award: "Harry Knuckles," directed by Lee DeMarbe
Anarchy Audience Award: "Night Deposit," directed by Monika Mitchell
Best Production Value: "Luz," directed by Jose Javier Martinez
Moviemaker Breakthrough Award: "Double Parked," directed by Stephen Kinsella
First Place: Percy Angress & Livia Linden for "RETRO"
Second Place: Michael Stark for "THE BEEKEEPER'S TANGO"
Third Place: Brent Studler for "THE RAPE OF MARTA ALASTOR"