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Source:  Realscreen

Nicole Nielsen Horanyi‘s “The Stranger,” James Crump’s “Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco,” and Kate Davis’ short film, “Traffic Stop,” have been awarded grand jury prizes at the seventh annual DOC NYC film festival.

“The Stranger” was awarded the top prize against eight finalists in the Viewfinders competition, chosen by the programmers for its distinct directorial vision. The film follows a 25-year-old single mother who meets the man of her dreams on Facebook, but soon discovers that the charming man has secrets.

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