The New Hampshire Film Festival is currently ongoing, but films like “Manglehorn” and “Winter Light” have already walked away with top honors.
“Winter Light,” a short film set in the Montana wilderness, was crowned as the festival’s New Hampshire Film of the Year. “Manglehorn,” which won the Best New Hampshire Feature Narrative, stars Al Pacino as an ex-con who has lost the love of his life.
The festival also recognized “NYPD Blue” actor and New Hampshire native Gordon Clapp, honoring him as this year’s Van McLeod Award winner. Additional aware recipients include “Brew Hampshire” for Best New Hampshire Feature Documentary and Sophia Savage, director of “Total Moon,” for Best New Hampshire Filmmaker of the Year.
The New Hampshire Film Festival runs until October 18.