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iW NEWS | “Amal” Takes Indian Film Festival

iW NEWS | "Amal" Takes Indian Film Festival

The 6th Annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles announced its winners, with Richie Mehta‘s “Amal” winning the Grand Jury Prize for best narrative feature. Yunus Vally‘s “The Glow of White Women” was given the jury’s best documentary prize, while special mentions were awarded to Shivajee Chandrabhushan‘s “Frozen” (in narrative) and Liz Mermin‘s “Shot in Bombay” (in documentary). Atul Sabharwal‘s “Midnight Lost and Found” won for best short. Audience awards were given to Manish Acharya‘s “Loins of Punjaab Presents in narrative and Christopher Mitchell‘s “Super 30.” [Peter Knegt]

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