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Full Frame 2009 - Awards nominees

Posted by Google on Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 4:26 PM

Not to mix metaphors, but with the curtain raised on the 12th annual Full Frame Documentary Festival, the lid is off this year's nominees for the festival's major awards.  Below is a list of nominees for the coveted Grand Jury Prize, Charles Guggenheim Emerging Artist Award, and HBO Emerging Filmmaker Award:

2009 Full Frame Grand Jury Competition Films

BURMA VJ

CARMEN MEETS BORAT

FORGETTING DAD

HAIR INDIA

OBLIVION

PINUCCIO LOVERO. A MIDSUMMER DEATH'S DREAM

THE QUEEN AND I

REPORTER

ROUGH AUNTIES

SHOUTING FIRE

SWEET CRUDE

UNIT 25

UNMISTAKEN CHILD

THE WAY WE GET BY

WE LIVE IN PUBLIC

 

2009 Full Frame Charles Guggenheim Emerging Artist Award Competition Films

45365  

BEETLE QUEEN CONQUERS TOKYO

CALIFORNIA COMPANY TOWN

I BRING WHAT I LOVE: YOUSSOU NDOUR

LUBER ALOFT

OWNING THE WEATHER

PINUCCIO LOVERO. A MIDSUMMER DEATH'S DREAM

SAINT MISBEHAVIN': THE WAVY GRAVY MOVIE

SAY MY NAME

SMILE 'TIL IT HURTS: THE UP WITH PEOPLE STORY

SUPERMEN OF MALEGAON

SWEET CRUDE

UNMISTAKEN CHILD

THE VISITORS

VOICES FROM EL-SAYED

THE WAY WE GET BY

WILLIAM KUNSTLER: DISTURBING THE UNIVERSE

 

2009 Full Frame HBO Emerging Filmmaker Award Competition Films

45365  

BEETLE QUEEN CONQUERS TOKYO

HAIR INDIA

I BRING WHAT I LOVE: YOUSSOU NDOUR

LOVE ON DELIVERY

LUBER ALOFT

OWNING THE WEATHER

PINUCCIO LOVERO. A MIDSUMMER DEATH'S DREAM  

SAINT MISBEHAVIN': THE WAVY GRAVY MOVIE

SAY MY NAME

SMILE 'TIL IT HURTS: THE UP WITH PEOPLE STORY  

SUPERMEN OF MALEGAON

SWEET CRUDE  

THE VISITORS

VOICES FROM EL-SAYED

WAR AGAINST THE WEAK

Awards in these and other categories will be announced at the festival's awards BBQ this Sunday.

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