2012 Los Angeles Film Festival Winners

2012 Los Angeles Film Festival Winners

Film Independent, the same organization that produces the Independent Spirit Awards, announced the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival jury and audience award winners. Walking away with top prize for Best Narrative Feature in competition is Pocas Pascoal’s All is Well. The winner of Best Documentary Feature went to Everardo González’s Drought. Beasts of the Southern Wild can add another award win to it’s impressive arsenal of wins with the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature win it picked up here.

The entire list of 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival Winners:

Narrative Award

All is Well, (director Pocas Pascoal)

Documentary Award

Drought, (director Everardo González)

Best Performance in the Narrative Competition

Wendell Pierce, Emory Cohen, E.J. Bonilla and Aja Naomi King, Four

Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature

Beasts of the Southern Wild, (director Benh Zeitlin)

Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature

Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin and The Farm Midwives, (directors Sara Lamm and Mary Wigmore)

Audience Award for Best International Feature

Searching for Sugar Man, (director Malik Bendjelloul)

Best Narrative Short Film

The Chair, (director Grainger David)

Best Documentary Short Film

Kudzu Vine, (director Josh Gibson)

Best Animated/Experimental Short Film

The Pub, (director Joseph Pierce)

Audience Award for Best Short Film

Asad, (director Bryan Buckley)

Audience Award for Best Music Video

Piranhas Club, (director Lex Halaby)

Author: Dustin Jansick

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