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'Jellysmoke' smolders at LAFF

'Jellysmoke' smolders at LAFF
Jellysmoke, directed by Mark Banning took home the prize for best narrative feature, while Beth Bird's Everyone Their Grain of Sand was honored as best documentary feature as winners of the 2005 Los Angeles Film Festival were announced at closing ceremonies Sunday evening. Film Independent, which organizes the annual fest, also presented awards to IFC Films' Me and You and Everyone We Know, directed by Miranda July, winner of the audience award for best narrative feature; David Zeiger's Sir! No Sir! winner of the audience award for best documentary; and Warner Independent's March of the Penguins, directed by Luc Jacquet, winner of the audience award for best international feature. Catherine Kellner and Ebon Moss-Bachrach of Leslie McCleave's Road were recognized for outstanding performance in the narrative competition.

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