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51st San Francisco International Film Festival Winners Announced at Golden Gate Awards Ceremony Wednesday, May 7, 2008

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51st SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
WINNERS ANNOUNCED AT GOLDEN GATE AWARDS CEREMONY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008


New Directors Award: Vasermil, Mushon Salmona (Israel, 2007)

New Directors Special Jury Mention: Wonderful Town, Aditya Assarat (Thailand, 2007)

FIPRESCI Prize: Ballast, Lance Hammer (USA, 2007)

FIPRESCI Special Jury Mention: Glasses, Naoko Ogigami (Japan, 2007)

Chris Holter Humor in Film Award: Time to Die, Dorota Kedzierzawska (Poland, 2007)

Golden Gate Awards

Documentary Feature: Up the Yangtze, Yung Chang (Canada, 2007)

Bay Area Documentary Feature: Faubourg Tremé: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans, Dawn Logsdon (USA, 2008)

Documentary Feature Special Jury Prize: Forbidden Lie$, Anna Broinowski (Australia, 2007)

Documentary Short: The Ladies, Christina A. Voros (USA, 2007)

Bay Area Short, First Prize: The Cabinet, Todd Herman (USA, 2007)

Bay Area Short, Second Prize: On the Assassination of the President, Adam Keker (USA, 2007)

Narrative Short: Thick Skinned, Jean-Bernard Marlin, Benoit Rambourg (France, 2007)

Animated Short: Madame Tutli-Putli, Chris Lavis, Maciek Szczerbowski (Canada)

New Visions: Cabinet, Todd Herman (USA, 2007)

Work for Kids and Families: When I Grow Up, Michelle R. Meeker (USA, 2007)

Youth Work: Writing History with Lightning: The Triumph and Tragedy of America's First Blockbuster, Charlotte Burger (USA, 2007)


Previously announced Golden Gate Award winners (Television)

TV Documentary Long Form: Calavera Highway, Renee Tajima-Peña (USA/Mexico, 2007)

TV Documentary Short Form: The Mystery of the Second Painting, Muriel Edelstein (France, 2007)

TV Narrative Long Form: Operation Turquoise, Alain Tasma (France, 2007)

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