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2014 Florida Film Festival Audience and Jury Awards announced

April 15, 2014
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The Enzian announced the Jury and Audience Awards for all 13 categories this afternoon.

Seeing as how I gave Mark Raso’s Copenhagen a 2 star review in the paper, and that it’s the only one of the winning films that I got a chance to see, I’ll just shut up and copy and paste the winners.

SHORTS

  • Special Jury Award for Outstanding Storytelling was presented to THE BRAVEST, THE BOLDEST directed by Moon Molson
  •  Grand Jury Award for Best Narrative Short was presented to AFTERMATH directed by Jeremy Robbins
  •  Grand Jury Award for Best Animated Short was presented to YEARBOOK directed by Bernardo Britto 
  • Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Short was presented to NOT ANYMORE: A STORY OF REVOLUTIONdirected by Matthew Vandyke
  •  Audience Award for Best Short Film was presented to FOOL’S DAY directed by Cody Blue Snider

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES

  •  Special Jury Award for Demonstrating the Connection Between Art, Humanity, and Cinema was presented to LEVITATED MASS directed by Doug Pray
  •  Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature was presented to SLINGSHOT directed by Paul Lazarus
  •  Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature was presented to SLINGSHOT directed by Paul Lazarus

NARRATIVE FEATURES

  •  Special Jury Award for Best Ensemble Cast was presented to CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY directed by Jerzy Rose
  •  Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature was presented to DRUID PEAK directed by Marni Zelnick
  •  Grand Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature was presented to COPENHAGEN directed by Mark Raso

INTERNATIONAL

  •  Audience Award for Best International Feature was presented to LE CHEF (France/Spain), directed by Daniel Cohen
  •  Audience Award for Best International Short was presented to B-CLASS CULTURAL HERITAGE (Japan), directed by Yuji Hariu

Congratulations to all of the winning filmmakers.

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  • Cameron Meier

    I’m glad to see “Yearbook” and “SlingShot” get recognition. Reminder: Some of the very best films of the festival, such as “The Double” and “Yellow” were not in competition.