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'Kamchatka' people's choice in Vancouver

12 October 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

VANCOUVER -- "Kamchatka", an Argentina-Spain drama about a family in flight during the early days after the 1976 Argentinian military coup, earned the People's Choice Award for most popular film Friday at the Vancouver International Film Festival. And the homegrown movie favorite was "The Corporation", a documentary by Mark Achbar and Jennifer abbot, which grabbed the trophy for the most popular Canadian film. Documentaries fared well Vancouver festival audiences this year. U.S. filmmaker John Cadigan won the Chief Dan George Humanitarian Award for "People Say I'm Crazy", an HBO documentary about an artist's struggle with schizophrenia. And the National Film Board award for best documentary feature went to "Los Angeles Plays Itself", from U.S. filmmaker Tom Andersen. Trophies were also handed out to local British Columbia directors. Gina Chiarelli's "See Grace Fly" grabbed the Women in Film and Video Vancouver Artistic Merit Award, Nathaniel Geary's "On the Corner" earned the CityTV Western Canada Feature Film Award, and Jessie McKeown's "The Big Charade" won the Keystone Award for best young western-Canadian director of a short film. »

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