Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival

CINEFEST SUDBURY AWARD AND CTV BEST IN SHORTS WINNERS ANNOUNCED

Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival Award Winners

Best Canadian Film                                                               $2,500
Gabrielle, directed by Louise Archambault, distributed by Entertainment One Films

Best Foreign Film                                                                   $2,500
The Lunchbox, directed by Ritesh Batra, distributed by Mongrel Media

Best Northern Ontario Film                                                  $2,500
The Story of Luke, directed by Alonso Mayo, distributed by Gravitas Ventures

Best Canadian Independent Song in a Feature Film      $5,000 ($2,500 to artist/$2,500 to producer)
Ariane Moffatt, "Too Late," from Sarah préfère la course

CTV Best In Shorts Winners

First Place Open Catgory         $1,500 

Dancing is Meaningless, directed by John Alden Milne, Sudbury

Runner-up Open Category       $750  

The Shed, directed by Ryan Kozicki, Sudbury

First Place Student Category   $1,500

Cursed with a Single Kiss, directed by Alek Belanger, New Liskeard

Runner-up Student Category   $750  

Frenchy Plays Matchmaker, directed by Amanda M. Darling, Sudbury

Northern Flicks Award Sponsored by Sault College        $1,000 

Strangers, directed by Kevin Hoffman, North Bay

Best Animation Award Sponsored by College Boreal      $1,000

The Last Straw, directed by Luke Grandmont, Sault Ste. Marie

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