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‘Plus One’ And ‘Gay Chorus Deep South’ Win Tribeca Audience Awards

The 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival announced this year’s Audience Award winners today, with Plus One and Gay Chorus Deep South picking up the coveted prizes.

Plus One received the Narrative Audience Award and Gay Chorus Deep South won the Documentary Audience Award. The winner of each gets a cash prize of $10,000.

The runners-up were See You Yesterday, directed by Stefon Bristol, for the Narrative Audience Award and Watson, directed by Lesley Chilcott, for the Documentary Audience Award.

The festival kicked off on April 24, with audience members rating the films they viewed with one to five stars. Films screened in the U.S. Narrative Competition, International Narrative Competition, Documentary Competition, Viewpoints, Narrative Spotlight, Narrative Documentary, Movies Plus, Midnight, This Used to Be New York, and Tribeca Critics’ Week sections were eligible.

Below are details on the two winning films.

Gay Chorus Deep South, directed by David Charles Rodrigues, written by David Charles Rodrigues,

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