Fire Song wins imagineNATIVE audience award

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The feature from Adam Garnet Jones picked up the Air Canada Audience Choice Award at the fest.

Adam Garnet Jones’ Fire Song has won the Air Canada Audience Choice Award at ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

The feature film, which made its world bow in the Discovery program at TIFF ’15, was selected from a field of 123 eligible films. More than 9,370 votes were cast in total via the festival’s balloting system, with the filmmakers also taking home a $1,000 cash prize.

This year marked the 16th edition of imagineNATIVE festival, taking place from Oct.14 to 18.

Fire Song is produced by Toronto-based Big Soul Productions (Moccasin Flats) and Thunderstone Pictures.