Sunday, May 19, 2013

Little Rock Film Festival 2013 award winners

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Winner of the $10,000 Oxford American prize. Bayou Maharajah image
  • Winner of the $10,000 Oxford American prize.

I'll have more on my impressions on this year's festival tomorrow. In the meantime, here are this year's prize winners.

Oxford American Best Southern Film Award ($10,000 prize money): "Bayou Maharajah"
Heifer International Social Impact Film Award ($10,000 prize money): "These Birds Walk"
Golden Rock Narrative Film: "Short Term 12"
Golden Rock Documentary Film: "Dirty Wars"
Extraordinary Courage in Filmmaking: Jeremy Scahill ("Dirty Wars")
Arkansas Times Audience Award: "Bridegroom"
Made in Arkansas Best Feature: "45 RPM"
Made in Arkansas Best Short: "The Discontentment of Ed Telfair"
Made in Arkansas Best Director: Mark Thiedeman for "Last Summer"
Made in Arkansas Best Actor: Liza Burns in "45 RPM"
World Shorts: "When We Lived in Miami"

A previous version of this post incorrectly listed the World Shorts winner as "When We Live in Miami."

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