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AND THE 2005 WINNERS ARE...

 


HONORARY MAVERICK AWARD
Steve Buscemi

HONORARY TRAILBLAZER AWARD
John Sloss

MAVERICK AWARD FOR BEST NARRATIVE FEATURE
Cavite by Ian Gamazon and Neill dela Llana



MAVERICK AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
The Devil's Miner by Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani


AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER FOR NARRATIVE FEATURE
Transamerica by Duncan Tucker



AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER FOR DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
The Boys of Baraka by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady


DIANE SELIGMAN AWARD FOR BEST SHORT
Binta and the Great Idea by Javier Fesser

Honorable Mention for Experimental Short to What I'm Looking For by Shelly Silver.

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DIANE SELIGMAN AWARD FOR BEST STUDENT SHORT
Two Men by Ian Olds

Honorable Mention to Future Imperfect by Marshall Lewy.

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MAVERICK AWARD FOR BEST SHORT DOC
Ride of the Mergansers by Steve Furman

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HASKELL WEXLER AWARD FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
P.J. Raval for Room

MAVERICK AWARD FOR BEST ANIMATION
Life in Transition by John Dilworth

Honorable Mention to The Back Brace by Andy and Carolyn London


MAVERICK AWARD FOR BEST EDITING FOR A NARRATIVE FEATURE
Mark Winitsky and Joe Shapiro for Police Beat


MAVERICK AWARD FOR BEST EDITING FOR A DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Jeff Zimbalist for Favela Rising




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