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“Minutemen” & “Gabi” Take Brooklyn Film Fest Prizes

"Minutemen" & "Gabi" Take Brooklyn Film Fest Prizes

Corey Wascinski’s “The Minutement Movie” and “Gabi On the Roof In July” took the top three prizes, with “Minutemen” grabbing two nods, closing out the 13th edition of the Brooklyn International Film Festival. With this year’s theme, “Stunt,” BIFF presented 101 films from 92 countries. BIFF and its sponsors gave $50,000 in prizes, capping the event, which took place in the New York City borough’s Williamsburg and Brooklyn Heights neighborhoods.

The list of 2010 winners:

Grand Chameleon Award: “The Minutement Movie” by Corey Wascinski

Best Narrative Feature: “Gabi On the Roof in July” by Lawrence Michael Levine

Best Documentary: “The Minutement Movie” by Corey Wascinski

Best Narrative Short: “Naissances” by Anne Émond

Best Animation: “Sputnik 5” by Susanna Nicchiarelli

Best Experimental: “Necessary Games” by Sophie Hyde

Best New Director: “Bad Day to Go Fishing” by Alvaro Brechner

Spirit Awards

Feature Narrative: “Bummer Summer” by Zach Weintraub

Documentary: “Survival Song” by Yu Guangyi

Short Narrative: “Autopilot” by J.B. Herndon

Experimental: “Lucky Girl” by Alexandra Grimanis

Animation: “Miramare” by Michaela Muller

Audience Awards

Feature Narrative: “Colin Hearts” by Sebastian Conley

Documentary: “Being In the World” by Tao Ruspoli

Short Narrative: “Mosquito” by Jeremy Engle

Experimental: “Noise” by Esther Lowe

Animation: “The Bellies” by Phillippe Grammaticopoulos

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