ITVS Picks Up Two Independent Spirit Awards

Posted on February 29, 2012

ITVS-funded The Interrupters and Where Soldiers Come From were among the night’s big winners at the 2012 Independent Spirit Awards.

 

The Independent Spirit Awards celebrate the spirited pioneers who bring a unique vision to the world of independent filmmaking. This past weekend Where Soldiers Come From picked up the Truer Than Fiction award, while The Interrupters won Best Documentary. The Independent Spirit Awards took place on Saturday, February 25th in Los Angeles, CA. Click here for a complete list of winners. Please join us in congratulating the filmmakers!

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