UFFyc Announces 2016 Awards

The Underexposed Film Festival yc announced the jury prizes on Saturday, November 5, 2016. The awards were presented at a ceremony immediately following the final block of films screened at the Gettys Art Center. The 2016 program included 67 Official Selections, selected from 200 submissions, and 7 Director’s Choice films, curated by Festival Director Karen Collins. Three films screened at the 2016 UFFyc are Oscar-qualifying films – HOME, She Stoops to Conquer, and Love is a Sting, one is a BAFTA-qualifying film – The Duke. Eight films were world or festival premieres – 32 Light Years, Anacoustic Zones, Back in Time, Les Yuex, No Lighting, Sebastian Otero, Touching in Texas, and The Vamprent

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