'Liza, the Fox-Fairy', 'The Prime of Life' Win CDFF Audience Awards
Liza, the Fox-Fairy wins the CDFF Audience Award for Best Feature
Ottawa's Cellar Door Film Festival has announced the Audience Award winners for the second season of the festival. The Hungarian fantasy/comedy Liza, the Fox-Fairy wins the Audience Award for Best Feature in a runaway, while France's chilling thriller The Prime of Life (La force de l'âge) wins the Audience Award for Best Short Film in a tight race. Liza opened CDFF at the Mayfair Theatre where it took audiences on an unexpected journey. The Prime of Life, an unsettling film that recalls the work of Michael Haneke, shook audiences when it screened its North American premiere Friday night at Live! on Elgin.
The Prime of Life / La force de l'âge wins the Audience Award for Best Short Film
Toronto readers can catch Liza, the Fox-Fairy later this month when it screen at the European Union Film Festival on Sunday the 15th. (It's free, so don't miss it!) We'll keep you updated on The Prime of Life, too, as it hits more festivals.