Parsa posts Swedish fest win

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Swedish director Reza Parsa won the $4,000 grand prize for valuable achievement at the 18th Intl. Children’s and Young People’s Film Festival at Malmo, which wrapped Sunday.

The city of Malmo award for feature went to Brit director John Hay’s festival opener, “There Is Only One Jimmy Grimble.” Some 93 films were screened at the event.

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