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CFC Worldwide Short Film fest names award winners

The CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival has wrapped its six-day festival in Toronto with an award presentation, where 10 awards were given out and over $70,000 in cash and prizes went to the winning filmmakers.
June 7, 2010

The CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival has wrapped its six day festival in Toronto with an award presentation, where 10 awards were given out and over $70,000 in cash and prizes went to the winning filmmakers. Among the winners were J.B. Sugar, who received The Jackson-Triggs Award for Best Emerging Canadian Filmmaker and a cash prize of $5,000 for his documentary Wood If and the Best Documentary Short award went to Vance Malone for The Poodle Trainer. Malone also won a Panasonic digital video camcorder.

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