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"What Remains" and "Pope Dreams" Take 30th Atlanta Film Festival Prizes

By Indiewire | Indiewire June 30, 2006 at 1:36AM

IMAGE Film & Video Center's 30th annual Atlanta Film Festival capped off its event, taking place June 9 - 17 with its award presentation. Among the jury awarded prizes were Eric Lin's doc "What Remains," and "Pope Dreams" by Patrick Hogan, which took the best narrative nod."The Wraith of Cobble Hill" and "Closing Time" won best animated film and doc short respectively, while "A Supermarket Love Song" received the best narrative short award, which qualifies it for Oscar consideration. In audience prizes, Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg won the doc honor for "The Trials of Darryl Hunt," while "Quinceanera" received the audience prize in the narrative category. "Spin" won the audience award for best short. [Brian Brooks]
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IMAGE Film & Video Center's 30th annual Atlanta Film Festival capped off its event, taking place June 9 - 17 with its award presentation. Among the jury awarded prizes were Eric Lin's doc "What Remains," and "Pope Dreams" by Patrick Hogan, which took the best narrative nod."The Wraith of Cobble Hill" and "Closing Time" won best animated film and doc short respectively, while "A Supermarket Love Song" received the best narrative short award, which qualifies it for Oscar consideration. In audience prizes, Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg won the doc honor for "The Trials of Darryl Hunt," while "Quinceanera" received the audience prize in the narrative category. "Spin" won the audience award for best short. [Brian Brooks]