'Ethel' and 'The Intouchables' Win Audience Award for Best Film at Nantucket Fest

'Ethel' and 'The Intouchables' Win Audience Award for Best Film at Nantucket Fest
Rory Kennedy’s "Ethel" and Eric Toledano and Oliver Nakache’s "The Intouchables" tied for the Audience Award for Best Feature Film at the Nantucket Film Festival awards ceremony on Sunday evening. Stella Meghie’s "Jean of the Joneses" was announced as the winner of the Showtime Tony Cox Screenplay Competition, while Sarah Koskoff received the Award for Best Screenwriting in a Feature Film for "Hello I Must Be Going." Nash Edgerton and David Michod won the Award for Best Screenwriting in a Short Film, and Corinne Ladeinde’s Ernesto won the Audience Award for Best Short Film. Documentary prizes included Best Storytelling in a Documentary (Alison Klayman for "Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry) and Best Writer/Director (Mike Birbiglia, "Sleepwalk with Me"). “This year’s festival was larger than ever both in the number of films and live events,” added Artistic Director Mystelle...
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