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Vancouver International Film Festival Awards

The 26th Vancouver International Film Festival will hand out eight awards just before the Closing Gala screening of “Priceless” on October 12. The awards ceremony takes place in the Visa Screening Room at the Empire Granville 7 Cinemas (855 Granville at Robson). The awards are:
• Kyoto Planet "Climate for Change" Award ($25,000)
• Citytv Western Canada Feature Film Award ($12,000)
• Most Promising Director of a Canadian Short Film ($2000 + Avid Media Composer
Software valued at $5000)
• NFB Best Canadian Documentary Award ($2,500)
• Women in Film and Video Vancouver Artistic Merit Award
• Rogers People's Choice Award for Most Popular International Film
• Vancity People's Choice Award for Most Popular Canadian Film
• People's Choice Award for Most Popular International Nonfiction Film

Kyoto Planet “Climate for Change” Award films in competition are: 4 Elements, About Water, Bing Ai, casting a glance, Garbage Warrior, The Green Chain, Keepers of Eden, Khadak, Man on Land, The Planet and The Unforeseen

The Jurors are: Dominic Patten (Arts & Life and Chief Features editor, Vancouver Sun), Gerard Ungerman (film producer, focusing on issues of global pollution and responsible energy use), and You, the Audience.

Citytv Western Canadian Feature Films in Competition are: American Venus, Normal, The Stone Angel, Taming Tammy, Young People Fucking
The Jurors are: Tantoo Cardinal (actor), Ann Marie Fleming (independent filmmaker, writer and artist), and Joanne Yamaguchi (film critic and film educator)

The documentary films in the National Film Board of Canada competition are: Confessions of an Innocent Man (BC), L’Esprit del lieux (Quebec), Mr. Big (BC), My Winnipeg (Manitoba), Saving Luna (BC), She’s a Boy I Knew (BC), The Suicide Tourist (BC), The Union: The Business Behind Getting High (BC), Up the Yangtze (Quebec)
The Jurors are: Peter Brunette (film critic for Screen International and educator), Robert Gray (director of Kinograph, and publicist for international festivals), and Gerald Peary (critic for the Boston Phoenix)

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