Director Harry Kim won a Special Jury Prize for his doc, DIRTY HANDS: THE ART AND CRIMES OF DAVID CHOE.
JURIED & AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED!!
The Festival is pleased to announce the winners of its two juried competitions for Best Narrative Feature and Best Documentary Feature, and the winners of its Comcast Audience Award. The winners are:
Best Narrative Feature: HALF-LIFE, Director Jennifer Phang
Special Jury Prize: CHILDREN OF INVENTION, Director Tze Chun
The Narrative Competition Jury included: Variety critic Justin Chang,
filmmaker Alice Wu (SAVING FACE) and Manami Iiboshi, Director of Program and
Distribution at Viz Pictures.
Best Documentary Feature: THE MOSQUE IN MORGANTOWN, Director Brittany Huckabee
Special Jury Prize: DIRTY HANDS: THE ART AND CRIMES OF DAVID CHOE, Director
The Documentary Competition Jury included: Santhosh Daniel, Director of
Programs at the Global Film Initative, Eddie Wong, Executive Director of the
Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation and filmmaker Satsuki Ina (FROM
A SILK COCOON).
COMCAST AUDIENCE AWARD
Best Narrative Feature: FRUIT FLY, Director H.P. Mendoza
Best Documentary Feature: PATSY MINK: AHEAD OF THE MAJORITY, Director