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The eighth annual Prescott Film Festival just concluded and Founder Helen Stephenson said during a phone interview the 2017 festival was the highest approval for films ever received from the audience.
Due to the quality standard of each movie shown, it was a hard decision for the Prescott Film Festival jury and audience members to choose a best of show for various categories.
Lost In Paris ended up being the jury pick for best narrative short while The Fake was honored by the audience.
The best documentary feature in the minds of the jury belonged to Prison Dogs while Tyrus won the audience choice.
Meanwhile, the jury tabbed The Cellist for the best documentary short with Ace and The Desert Dog being picked by the audience.
Finally, Burn Your Maps was a unanimous favorite-winning best narrative feature for both the jury and the audience.
The ninth annual Prescott Film Festival date is already confirmed as the events will take place from June 8th-16th, 2018.
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