Magazine article Screen International

Boyhood Triumphs at Seattle

Magazine article Screen International

Boyhood Triumphs at Seattle

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Richard Linklater's acclaimed family portrait won the Golden Space Needle Award for best film and best director honours as the 40th Seattle International Film Festival came to a conclusion on Sunday (June 8).

The corresponding documentary honour went to Keep On Keepin' On by Alan Hicks, while Dawid Ogrodnik was named best actor for Life Feels Good and Patricia Arquette best actress for Boyhood.

Best short film went to Cody Blue Snider's Fool's Day and the Lena Sharpe Award For Persistence Of Vision prize went to Bound: Africans Versus African Americans by Peres Owino.

In the competition awards, Carlos Marques-Marcet earned the SIFF 2014 Best New Director Grand Jury Prize for 10,000KM, while the documentary prize went to Marmato, directed by Mark Grieco.

"This has been an extraordinary 40th anniversary festival," said artistic director Carl Spence. …

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