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A QUIET LITTLE MARRIAGE TAKES TOP PRIZE AT SLAMDANCE

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in Filmmaking
on Jan 24, 2009

Closing its 15th year, the Slamdance Film Festival announced the winners of its 2009 edition Friday night with Mo Perkins‘s A Quiet Little Marriage winning the Best Narrative Feature Award. The full list of winner are below.

Best Narrative Feature
A Quiet Little Marriage, directed by Mo Perkins

Special Jury Mention for Best Performance: Larry Fessenden in I Sell the Dead

Best Documentary Feature
Strongman, directed by Zachary Levy

Special Jury Mention: Second Sight, directed by Alison McAlpine

Best Narrative Short
Princess Margaret Blvd, directed by Kazik Radwanski

Best Documentary Short
Rare Chicken Rescue, directed by Randall Wood

Best Animated Short
Undone, directed by Hayley Morris

Best Experimental Short
Funny Guy, directed by Frank R. Rinaldi

Special Jury Mention: Tony Zoreil, directed by Valentin Potier

Best Music Video
Don McCloskey Mister Novocaine, directed by Peter Rhoads

Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature
Punching the Clown, directed by Gregory Viens

Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature
Heart of Stone (formerly It’s Hard to be an Indian), directed by Beth Toni Kruvant

Audience Award for Best Anarchy Film
The Tides, directed by Eva Flodstrom

Spirit of Slamdance Award
(tie) Zombie Girl, directed by Aaron Marshall, Erik Mauck, Justin Johnson; and Vapid Lovelies, directed by Frank Feldman

Kodak Vision Award for Best Cinematography
I Sell the Dead cinematographer Richard Lopez

Dos Equis “Most Interesting Film” Award
You Might as Well Live, directed by Simon Ellis

IndieRoad Award
Punching the Clown, directed by Gregory Viens
The online audience award voted on by IndieRoad.net viewers.

Writer Award for Best Screenplay
Numbered, by Neil McGowan

Writer Award for Best Short Screenplay
Crybaby, by Mark Seidel

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