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iW NEWS | “Fix” Big Winner In Brooklyn

iW NEWS | "Fix" Big Winner In Brooklyn

The 11th Brooklyn International Film Festival (BIFF) announced the 2008 Festival winners from 102 films shown in competition from May 30- June 8, 2008. Tao Ruspoli‘s “Fix” led the winners, taking both the Grand Chameleon Award and Best Narrative Feature. Other winners included Alison Murray‘s “Carny,” which won Best Documentary, Kevin Tucker won Best New Director for “The Unidentified,” Reto Caffi‘s “On The Line” won Best Narrative Short, and Brad Pattullo‘s “24 Frames” won for Best Animation. Audience Awards went to Judson Pearce Morgan and Kelly Overton‘s “The Collective” for narrative, David Modigliani‘s “Crawford” for documentary, and Liova Jedlicki‘s “Crosse” for narrative short. BIFF awarded the winners with prizes totaling over $60,000 in film services, products, and cash. A single prize of $5,000 cash, the “Diane Seligman Award”, sponsored by Lowel Light, was given to Best Documentary. [Peter Knegt]

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