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“Dirty Girl” and “Buck” Win Provincetown Audience Awards

"Dirty Girl" and "Buck" Win Provincetown Audience Awards

Dirty Girl” by Abe Sylvia took the Audience Award for best feature last night at the Provincetown International Film Festival, while Cindy Meehl’s “Buck” took best doc at the Cape Cod festival. “Dirty Girl” had its U.S. debut at PIFF, which opened last Wednesday with Anne Renton’s “The Perfect Family” starring Kathleen Turner.

In other nods, Andrew Putschoegl’s “Hello Caller” took home the Audience Award for best short film, and Neil Forbes’ “27” won the Student Film Grand Jury Prize.

On Saturday evening, the festival gave out its other awards — Filmmaker on the Edge (Darren Aronofsky), Excellence in Acting (Vera Farmiga), and Career Achievement (Albert Maysles). For complete coverage on those very entertaining festivities, click here.

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