Monday, May 9, 2011

'Prairie Love' leads AFF 2011 award-winners

Posted By on Mon, May 9, 2011 at 4:36 PM

Betsy Goodrich, a.k.a. Danger Woman
The 35th annual Atlanta Film Festival finished on May 7 by showering acclaim on this year's award-winners:

Narrative Feature
: Prairie Love, directed by Dusty Bias (Honorable mention: Without, directed by Mark Jackson)

Documentary Feature: An African Election, directed by Jarreth J. Merz and Kevin Merz

Pink Peach Feature: Bear Nation, directed by Malcolm Ingram

Narrative Short: “The Strange Ones, ” directed by Christoper Radcliff and Lauren Wolkstein (Honorable mention: "Clear Blue," directed by Lindsay MacKay)

Documentary Short: “Three Walls,” directed by Zaheed Mawani

Pink Peach Short: “Love Is All You Need?” directed by K. Rocco Shields

Animated Short: “The Renter,” directed by Jason Carpenter

Ovation/Xfinity Audience Award Narrative Feature winner
: Sahkanaga, directed by John Henry Summerour

Ovation/Xfinity Audience Award Documentary Feature winner: Disabled But Able To Rock, directed by Blake Myers

Career Achievement Award: George Lefont, "to commemorate his 35th year of supporting the independent perspective by showcasing innovative and cutting-edge filmmaking through Lefont Theatres."

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