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2010 BROOKLYN INT’L FILM FEST WINNERS

The Brooklyn International Film Festival (BiFF) has announced its 2010 winners.  The 13th annual BiFF ran from June 4th- 13th at indieScreen in Williamsburg and at Brooklyn Heights Cinema.   Winners were selected from over 101 film film premieres.  A total of $50,000 in prizes and services were awarded to the winners.

Here is the list of awards:

GRAND CHAMELEON AWARD
THE MINUTEMEN MOVIE by Corey Wascinski

Best Narrative Feature
GABI ON THE ROOF IN JULY by Lawrence Michael Levine

Best Documentary
THE MINUTEMEN 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 KAY by Sebastian Conley

Documentary
BEING IN THE WORLD by Tao Ruspoli

Short Narrative
MOSQUITO by Jeremy Engle

Experimental
NOISE by Esther Löwe

Animation
THE BELLIES by Philippe Grammaticopoulos

Certificates of Outstanding Achievement

Screenplay
ALLI HAAPASALO for On Thin Ice

Producer
FELIKS PASTUSIAK for The Dark House

Cinematography
ZORAN POPOVIC for Redland

Editing
SEBASTIAN CONLEY for Colin Hearts Kay

Original Score
BRANDON SEABROOK for A Different Bunny

Actor Female
SOPHIA TAKAL for Gabi on the Roof in July

Actor Male
OSCAR van ROMPAY for Win/Win

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