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The Inside Out LGBT Film Festival revealed its juried winners today. The highest accolades went to Faraz Shariat’s No Hard Feelings for Best First Feature. And Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt’s No Ordinary Man for Best Canadian Specialty. The winners published by Inside Out’s Executive Director Andria Wilson. And the festival’s Director of.
Inside Out LGBTQ Film Festival
For the very first time in the festival’s history, the awards were announced on opening weekend. It allows audiences the opportunity to view the films throughout the digital festival’s dates. Programming Andrew Murphy. The fest extends through October 11. For the initial time in the festival’s records. The awards were announce on occasion weekend. And they were allowing audiences the possibility to view the films throughout the digital festival’s terms. Audience winners will reveal on October 12.
Read the full list of winners below.
CANADIAN JURIED AWARDS
The 2022 Canadian jury witnesses were Toronto-based Cinematographer Ashley Iris Gill. Canadian Screen Award-Winning actress Natasha Negovanlis. writer, musician, and educator Scott Jones.
Emerging Canadian Artist
BODY SO FLUORESCENT – Director, David Di Giovanni.
Best Canadian Short
SWIMMERS – Director, Chris Ross
Best Canadian Feature
NO ORDINARY MAN – Directors, Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt
INTERNATIONAL JURIED AWARD
The 2022 International jury jurors were 40 Year-Old-Version producer Inuka Bacote-Capita, IndieWire Associate Editor Jude Dry, and Variety Artisans editor Jazz.
Best First Feature
NO HARD FEELINGS – Director Faraz Shariat