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Finder's Fee wins top audience prize at Seattle

The Seattle Film Festival concluded its 27th event yesterday with a ceremony at which awards determined by local audiences were handed out. Prizes - dubbed the Golden Space Needle Awards - were determined from the 200 feature films screened over the epic 25-day running time of the festival.Jeff Probst's US independent Finder's Fee was named Best Film with Joint Security Area from South Korea, Mortal Transfer from France, Ghost World from the US and ...

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