2012 Slamdance Honours Bindlestiffs, Pine Hill

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2012 Slamdance Honours Bindlestiffs, Pine Hill


The jurors and audiences at the 18th annual event in Park City have spoken."What a great way to end Slamdance's 18th festival - by celebrating the films our excellent jurors and incredible audiences have awarded these emerging filmmakers," Slamdance co-founder and festival director Peter Baxter said. "This year's narrative and documentary competitions are stronger than ever, and these filmmakers represent the vanguard of true independent filmmaking."AUDIENCE AWARDS

The jurors and audiences at the 18th annual event in Park City have spoken.

"What a great way to end Slamdance's 18th festival - by celebrating the films our excellent jurors and incredible audiences have awarded these emerging filmmakers," Slamdance co-founder and festival director Peter Baxter said. "This year's narrative and documentary competitions are stronger than ever, and these filmmakers represent the vanguard of true independent filmmaking."

AUDIENCE AWARDSAudience Award for Feature Documentary: Getting Up by Caskey Ebeling

Audience Award for Feature Narrative: Bindlestiffs by Andrew Edison

GRAND JURY AWARDS - NARRATIVEGrand Jury Sparky Award for Feature Narrative: Welcome To Pine Hill by Keith Miller

Special Jury Award for Bold Originality: Heavy Girls by Axel Ranisch

GRAND JURY AWARDS - DOCUMENTARYGrand Jury Sparky Award for Feature Documentary: No Ashes, No Phoenix by Jens Pfeifer

Grand Jury Sparky Award for Short Documentary: The Professional by Skylar Neilsen

GRAND JURY AWARDS - SHORT FILMSGrand Jury Sparky Award for Animation: Venus by Tor Fruergaard

Grand Jury Sparky Award for Short Film: I Am John Wayne by Christina Choe

Special Jury Prize for Experimental Short: Solipsist by Andrew Huang

Honorable Mention for Best Ensemble: I'm Coming Over by Sam Handel

SPECIAL & SPONSORED AWARDSSpirit Of Slamdance Sparky Award: Heavy Girls

The Kodak Vision Award for Best Cinematography: Faith, Love And Whiskey by Kristina Nikolova

Panasonic AF100 Award for The Five Flavors Of Filmmaking Competition: Josh Gibson, director of the short film Kudzu Vine. …

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