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Urbanworld sets 55 films

27 August 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- The Urbanworld Film Festival unveiled the lineup for its seventh annual run, Sept. 17-21 in New York, with 55 films slated to screen, including nine world premieres. Founded by Stacy Spikes, the film festival -- which will bring together urban selections that made waves this year at Sundance (Joey Curtis' Quattro Nozza), Tribeca (Adam Lough's Bomb the System, Damon Dash's Death of a Dynasty, Maxie Collier's Paper Chasers) and the Hamptons (Greg Pak's Robot Stories) -- is aimed at redefining and enhancing the role of minority films in contemporary cinema. »

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'Zero' the most at Florida fest; 'Boat,' 'Trip' win

17 March 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Director Ben Coccio's Zero Day took the Grand Jury prize for best narrative feature, worth $100,000 in goods and services, at the Orlando-based Florida Film Festival, which concluded Sunday. The audience award for best narrative feature went to Never Get Outta the Boat, directed by Paul Quinn. The Grand Jury prize for best documentary was presented to Paul Devlin's Power Trip, while Elaine Epstein's State of Deniel took home the audience award for best documentary. Among narrative shorts, Paul Gutrecht's The Vest won both the Grand Jury award and the Audience Award. Vance Malone's Ocularist earned the Grand Jury award for best documentary short, while Alex Budovsky's Bathtime in Clerkenwell won the Grand Jury award for animated short. Special jury awards were also presented to Greg Pak's Robot Stories, Jonathan Karsh's My Flesh and Blood, PES's Roofsex, and Shane Sauer's Voyage of the Kitty Kuku. The narrative features jury was comprised of Raymond De Felitta, Dave Karger, and Diana Williams. The documentary competition jurors were Alan Berliner, Mary Litkovich, and Kelly M. DeVine. The shorts jury was comprised of Michael Ellenbogen, Laura Levine, and Stephen Schaefer. The student works jurors were Tracy Frenkel, Leslie Halpern, and Katrinka VanDeventer. »

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