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San Francisco International Film Fest Winners Include 'History of Fear,' 'Overnighters' and More

Thompson on Hollywood By Anne Thompson and Ryan Lattanzio | Thompson on Hollywood May 8, 2014 at 3:05PM

The San Francisco International Film Festival announced winners of the juried Golden Gate Award and New Directors Prize competitions Thursday evening, awarding nearly $40,000 in prizes to up-and-coming, as well as established, international filmmakers.
'The High Five'
'The High Five'
Narrative Short (tie): "The Birds' Blessing," Serge Mirzabekiantz, (Belgium) & "So You've Grown Attached," Kate Tsang (USA)
Documentary Short: "The High Five," Michael Jacobs (USA)
Animated Short: "The Missing Scarf," Eion Duffy (Ireland)
Bay Area Short (tie): "Santa Cruz del Islote," Luke Lorentzen (USA) & "No One but Lydia," Rob Richert (USA)
New Visions Short: "Numbers & Friends," Alexander Carson (Canada)
Family Film: "The Dam Keeper," Robert Kondo, Dice Tsutsumi (USA)
Family Film Honorable Mention: "The Numberlys," WIlliam Joyce, Brandon Oldenburg (USA)
Youth Work: "Epitaph," Charles Blecker (USA)
Youth Work Honorable Mention: "Bay Area Girls Rock Camp," Lily Yu, Judy Lee, Jeremiah Mellor (USA)

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