Ya'Ke Smith's Controversial Drama "Wolf" Wins BIG At 2012 Dallas International Film Fest
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Ya'Ke Smith's Controversial Drama "Wolf" Wins BIG At 2012 Dallas International Film Fest

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Big congrats to Ya'Ke Smith whose feature film debut, the searing drama Wolf (which already has the S&A stamp of approval), on winning the Grand Jury Prize for the Panavision Texas Filmmaker Award at the 2012 Dallas International Film Festival over the weekend!

The prize includes a $30,000 camera rental package! Nice!

Will come in handy on that next feature…

Other S&A covered titles that screened at that festival and picked up awards include the New Orleans-set Tchoupitoulas, which was awarded the $10,000 Grand Jury Prize for Documentary Feature.

Overall, the 2012 Dallas International Film Festival showcased 83 features and 99 shorts for a total of 182 films from 27 countries.

For the full wrap-up of award winners, click HERE.

Trailer for Wolf below:

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