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Cinéfest Sudbury 2015 award winners announced

Cinéfest Sudbury has announced the award winners of the 27th edition of Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival.
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Director Giulio Ricciarelli's Labyrinth of Lies took home the 2015 Audience Choice Award at Cinéfest Sudbury. Check out the list of winners below. Supplied photo.
Cinéfest Sudbury has announced the award winners of the 27th edition of Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival.

CINÉFEST SUDBURY 2015 AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD
Winner: Labyrinth of Lies (Im Labyrinth des Schweigens), directed by Giulio Ricciarelli
Distributor: Mongrel Media

CINÉFEST SUDBURY 2015 AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD: BEST DOCUMENTARY
Winner: Meru, directed by Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi
Distributor: Mongrel Media

CINÉFEST SUDBURY 2015 AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD: BEST SHORT FILM
Winner: Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball, directed by Drew Taylor and Matthew Taylor

THE BILL CLEMENT OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER AWARD
Recipient: Suzan Duczeminski

THE YOUTH VOLUNTEER AWARD
Recipient: Conorr Norquay
The above join previously announced award winners:

FIRST PLACE, OPEN CATEGORY – Sponsored by CTV
Prize: $1,500
Winner: Ordinary Miracle, directed by Martin M. Smith, Sudbury

RUNNER-UP, OPEN CATEGORY
Prize: $750
Winner: Down South, directed by Shawn Kosmerly, Sudbury

FIRST PLACE, STUDENT CATEGORY – Sponsored by CTV
Prize: $1,500
Winner: Spree, directed by Eric Harrison, Sudbury

RUNNER-UP, STUDENT CATEGORY – Sponsored by CTV
Prize: $750
Winner: The Maker (Live Action), directed by Alek Bélanger, New Liskeard

NORTHERN FLICKS AWARD – Sponsored by Sault College Digital Film Production Program
Prize: $1,000
Winner: Ordinary Miracle, directed by Martin M. Smith, Sudbury

INNOVATION AWARD – Sponsored by Collège Boréal
Prize: $1,000
Winner: Perceptions, directed by Zahra Golafshani, Sudbury



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