“Catfish Blues,” the tale of a reclusive young boy who begins to open up when he joins a 90-year-old woman looking for lost animals, scored two trophies: best family feature and audience choice feature. Junior Bonner directed.
Writer/director James Raue’s mockumentary “Psychoanalysis” received the prize for best foreign feature. The pic, which follows Australia’s top suicide prevention specialist as he attempts to discover why five of his patients killed themselves in a single week, was made for $10,000, said Raue.
The best Hawaii feature award went to “Throuple,” a tale of love and madness that spins around a conflicted young couple as they interact with a polyamorous trio and a mysterious loner.