Magazine article Screen International

Charlie Zone Wins Big at Halifax's Atlantic Film Festival

Magazine article Screen International

Charlie Zone Wins Big at Halifax's Atlantic Film Festival

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Canada's Atlantic Film Festival announced its award winners on Saturday (Sept 24) at a reception in Halifax, Nova Scotia marking the end of the event's thirty-first annual run.

The best feature prize of $10,000 in services went to Michael Melski's Charlie Zone, with Melski also taking the award for outstanding direction. The best short award ($3,000 in film stock) was won by Kenneth J Harvey's I'm 14 and I Hate The World.

Tarek Abouamin's 18 Days won the Rex Tasker Documentary Award, Thom Fitzgerald's Cloudburst took the Michael Weir Award for Best Original Screenplay and Christopher Ball won the Ed Higginson Cinematography Award for his work on Charlie Zone.

Ruth Lawrence from Clipper Gold won the Joan Orenstein Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress and Charlie Zone's Glen Gould won the David Renton Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor. …

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