Talmage Cooley's "Dimmer" won the audience prize and a jury award from RESFEST 2005 the organization announced Monday. Gaelle Denis's "City Paradise" tied with "Dimmer" in receiving a special jury award, while Keith Bearden's "Raftman's Razor" won the jury prize for best short. Also taking nods were Martin de Thurah's Carpark NorthHuman” for best music video (audience prize) and The Chemical Brothers "Galvanize" directed by Adam Smith taking the best music video in the jury category. Sally Arthur's "Perfect" and "Dancing About Architecture" by Zeitguised tied for the jury prize for best designed film. RESFEST travels the globe annually spotlighting "cutting-edge" short films, music videos, documentaries, motion graphics, and retrospectives of industry mavericks. The awards presentation and celebration will take place at the RES monthly screening series at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles Tuesday, December 13th at 8:00pm. [Brian Brooks]