Durango Independent Film Festival announces winners – The Durango Herald

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“Ferryman,” by Darren Bender, won the Jury Awards for Best Narrative Feature and Best Actress at the 17th Durango Independent Film Festival. (Courtesy)

The Durango Independent Film Festival, held March 2-6, announces the winner of this year’s festival.

Audience Award

Best Narrative Feature: “Wonderful and the Black Hole.” by Kate Tsang.

Best Documentary: “Where We Belong” by Pamela Boll and Lindsay Richardson.

Best Narrative Short: “ALA KACHUU – Pick Up and Run,” by Maria Brendle.

Best Indigenous Cinema: “Our Story – The Indigenous Struggle to Protect the Grand Chaco,” by Michael Ramsey and Daniel Tso.

Best Adventure Film:A river out of time”, by Benjamin Kraushaar and Cody Perry.

Best family film: “Rocks 4 Dirty!” by David Dibble.

Best REAL Learning Film: “Under the Lights” by Miles Levin.

Jury Prize

Best Narrative Feature: Ferryman by Darren Bender.

Best actor: Peter Callahan, “Out and About.”

Best Actress: Carli Fish, “passer”.

Best Documentary Feature: “Where We Belong” by Pamela Boll and Lindsay Richardson

Honorable Mention for Documentary Feature: Being Thunder, by Stéphanie Lamorre.

Best documentary short: “Between the lines: photojournalism between two fires”, by Jan Sonnenmair.

Best Adventure Film: “A River Out of Time”, by Benjamin Kraushaar and Cody Perry.

Best Live Action Narrative Short Film: “OPERATION CAVITY”, by Alex Morsanutto.

Honorable Mention Live Action Short Film: “ALA KACHUU – Pick Up and Run”, by Maria Brendle.

Best Animated Short Film: “ON/OFF”, by Nicolas Villarreal.

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