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Sydney Film Festival Audience Awards Winners

Showtime Movie Channels Audience Awards Winners

The 2011 Sydney Film Festival today revealed the winners of the Showtime Movie Channels Audience Awards.

The Audience Awards highlight the crowd-pleasing titles across feature films and documentaries and each winning film will receive a Dinosaur Designs trophy.

“Showtime Movie Channels is committed to bringing its audiences a compelling and diverse choice of film and documentary entertainment and we are delighted to support the Sydney Film Festival with the Showtime Movie Channels Audience Awards - celebrating the most popular films and documentaries across the festival program" said CEO of SHOWTIME Australia, Peter Rose.

The results of the audience vote were audited by the accounting firm BDO, and the winners are:

Audience Award for Best Fiction Feature: THIS IS ENGLAND ‘86 
                
Audience Award for Best Documentary: A COMMON PURPOSE               

Top Fives:
                               
Feature Films                    
1st          THIS IS ENGLAND ‘86     
2nd        KUNG FU PANDA 2        
3rd         AFRICA UNITED               
4th         TUCKER & DALE VS EVIL               
5th         EVEN THE RAIN

Documentaries                
1st          A COMMON PURPOSE 
2nd        I’M NOT DEAD YET          
3rd         LIFE IN MOVEMENT
4th         SCARLET ROAD
5th         SENNA

Quotes from the winners:

“I was with my brother having my last beer overlooking Bondi beach saying how great I thought the festival was when I got a message saying we had won the Audience prize for This Is England ‘86. I immediately called Shane the director who was so happy and proud to have won. For us the audience prize is a real honour so on behalf of myself, Shane and our incredible cast and crew we thank everyone who voted for us and came to see our films.  We really feel honoured.” – Mark Herbert, Co-Producer, This Is England ‘86


“Wow, that's such a great feeling! Thank you audience. I can't wait to get it out to more audiences worldwide - thanks for being the first!” – Mitzi Goldman, Director-Producer, A Common Purpose

About Sydney Film Festival

Sydney Film Festival screens feature films, documentaries, short films and animations across the city including the State Theatre, Event Cinemas George Street, Dendy Opera Quays and the Art Gallery of NSW. The festival is a major event on the New South Wales cultural calendar and is one of the world’s longest running film festivals. For more information visit http://www.sff.org.au

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Film Festival is supported by the NSW Department of Trade and Investment, through Arts NSW and the Office of Trade, Business and Industry, the Federal Government through Screen Australia, and the City of Sydney. The festival’s Strategic partner is the NSW Government through Events NSW. The festival’s Official Competition sponsor is iShares.

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