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Navan Fest Winners Announced
23 Aug 2006 :
The Winners of the 2006 Navan Film Festival were announced at the events closing ceremony last week. Brothers Jason and Jonathan Figgis collected the Best Feature award for their documentary ‘A Curious incident in the life of Uri Gellar’.

Producers Paul Williams and Michael Parle were in town to pick up their Award for Best Short Film for ‘Portrait’, starring local Navanman Gerry Shanahan and Michael Parle, and Canadian Jonathan Joffe scooped the Best International Film award for ‘Cost of Living’.

Other highlights included the rare screening of 1998’s Trim made martial arts feature ‘Fatal Deviation’, Tony Brown's controversial documentary ‘The Man Who Blew Up The Pillar’, the short film ‘Nowhere Man’ (by Navan native Paul Webster), ‘Emily’s Song’ and ‘Silent Suffering’.

The Navan Film Festival was organised by local filmmakers Paul Cotrulia, Brian Matthews and Niall Shanley and was supported by Excel Print, Clarke’s Sports Den, The Newgrange Hotel, Probono Publico, Tierney Auctioneers, Element Records, Staunton’s, Smiths and The Tailteann.

Planning is already underway for the 3rd Annual Navan Film Festival. Visit www.navanfestival.com for details.



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