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Mark Raso’s “Copenhagen” won the jury prize for best narrative feature, and “Boys of Abu Ghraib,” directed by Luke Moran, won the audience award for narrative feature at the 2014 Gasparilla International Film Festival, held last month in Tampa, Florida.  In the documentary genre,  “The Longest Game,” directed by Camille Thoman won the jury prize and “Ride with Larry,” directed by Ricardo Villarreal and Andrew Rubin won the the audience award for best documentary.  

Melaza,” directed by Carlos Lechuga won the World Showcase award.

GIFF 2014 Grand Jury Award Winners:

Narrative: “Copenhagen” directed by Mark Raso
College Showcase: “The Bright Side,” directed by Sarah Wilson Thacker
Documentary: “The Longest Game,” directed by Camille Thoman
New Visions Presented by Indie Pix: “Sand Castles,” directed by Clenet Verdi-Rose
Screenwriting: SJ Thompson, “A Long Way From Paris
Short Film: “God’s Got His Head in the Clouds,” directed by Gianluca Sodaro
Special Jury for Acting: Frederikke Dahl Hansen, “Copenhagen
Special Jury for Filmmaking: Michael Wechsley, “The Red Robin

GIFF 2014 Audience Award Winners:

Narrative: “Boys of Abu Ghraib,” directed by Luke Moran
Best Florida Production: “…And a Bag of Chips,” directed by Sabyn Mayfield 
College Showcase: “Tobacco Burn,” directed by Justin Liberman
Documentary: “Ride with Larry,” directed by Ricardo Villarreal and Andrew Rubin
High School Showcase: “Pendemonium,” directed by Wesley Hayes
Narrative Short Film: “CHUB,” directed by Sam Albis

 via tbo

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