The winners of the 2005 Slamdance Film Festival - the most prominent of the many fests that have sprung up in recent
years to challenge the supremacy of Sundance - were announced today. On The
Outs, a girls-in-juvie drama by Lori Silverbush and Michael Skolnick, won both the Grand Jury and
Audience prizes for Narrative Feature. Abel Raises Cain, Jenny
Abel's doc on her scam-artist father, took home the Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature, and
The Real Dirt on Farmer John, a film by Taggart Siegel, was
the favorite doc of the Audience.
Check out Movie City News for a complete list of winners.