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"Sweet Mud" and "Cashback" Share Bermuda Prize

By Indiewire | Indiewire March 25, 2007 at 12:41PM

The 10th Bermuda International Film Festival concluded its nine day event on Saturday night presening prizes after a closing night screening of "Eagle vs. Shark." Dror Shaul's "Sweet Mud" and Sean Ellis' "Cashback" shared the best narrative feature prize while Linda Hattendorf's "Cats of Mirikitani" won the prize for best documentary. The award for best short went to Diego Quemada-Diez for "I Want to be a Pilot." Native Bermudian Earl Cameron was honored with a restrospective and festival attendees chose Robert Favreau's "A Sunday in Kigali" as the audience award winner. For more information, visit the festival website. [Eugene Hernandez]
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The 10th Bermuda International Film Festival concluded its nine day event on Saturday night presening prizes after a closing night screening of "Eagle vs. Shark." Dror Shaul's "Sweet Mud" and Sean Ellis' "Cashback" shared the best narrative feature prize while Linda Hattendorf's "Cats of Mirikitani" won the prize for best documentary. The award for best short went to Diego Quemada-Diez for "I Want to be a Pilot." Native Bermudian Earl Cameron was honored with a restrospective and festival attendees chose Robert Favreau's "A Sunday in Kigali" as the audience award winner. For more information, visit the festival website. [Eugene Hernandez]







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