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April 2017 Audience Award Winner

Poster for SECOND TO NONE

Thanks to everyone who attended last night. The Audience Award was hard fought, but in the end, when you name your film Second to None, you’re going to win all the awards. Congratulations to Vincent Gallagher! It’s nice to have a close race, and it’s also gratifying when every film in the programme is the favourite of at least one audience member.

  1. Second to None – 7 votes
  2. Audible Static – 6 votes
  3. Anime – 5 votes
  4. Ten Meter Tower – 5 votes
  5. A Brief History of Princess X – 2 votes
  6. 3-Way (Not Calling) – 1 vote
  7. The Committee – 1 vote

(27 votes total)

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January 2017 Audience Award Winner

Still from THE SHINING STAR OF LOSERS EVERYWHERE

Thanks to everyone who attended last night. It was another small but passionate audience, with a clear favourite for our Audience Award. Congratulations to Mickey Duzyj, whose film about a loveable losing racehorse won our Audience Award prize by several lengths!

  1. The Shining Star of Losers Everywhere – 7 votes
  2. Object – 1 vote
  3. Peace in the Valley – 1 vote
  4. These C*cksucking Tears – 1 vote

(10 votes total)

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October 2016 Audience Award Winner

Still from POP MUSIC
Still from STEMS

Thanks to everyone who attended last night. It was a small but passionate audience, and one of the closest races ever for our Audience Award. Congratulations to both Ainslie Henderson (Stems) and Patrick Muhlberger (Pop Music), whose films tied for the Audience Award prize!

  1. Pop Music – 4 votes
  2. Stems – 4 votes
  3. Her Friend Adam – 3 votes
  4. Lucy In My Eyes – 3 votes
  5. Roksana – 1 vote

(15 votes total)

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