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iW NEWS | “The New Year Parade,” “Song Sung Blue” Lead Slamdance’s Awards

iW NEWS | "The New Year Parade," "Song Sung Blue" Lead Slamdance's Awards

The 14th annual Slamdance Film Festival has announced 15 film and screenplay prize winners in three categories who will share more than $200,000 in cash and prizes, plus, for one winner, guaranteed production of a feature film. The just-concluded festival received over 3,500 submissions from 25 countries for less than 100 programming slots. Notable winners include Tom Quinn‘s “The New Year Parade,” which was awarded the Grand Jury Award for best narrative feature, and Greg Kohs‘ “Song Sung Blue,” which won the Grand Jury Award for best documentary feature. Audience awards were given to Ryan Piotrowicz‘s “The Project” in the narrative feature category, and “Song Sung Blue” in the documentary category. indieWIRE will be publish another dispatch from Slamdance on Saturday morning. [Peter Knegt]

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