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Alison Murray’s “Mouth to Mouth” won the Grand Chameleon Award for best pic and feature of the 2005 Brooklyn International Film Festival. Winners were announced last week at a ceremony at the Brooklyn Museum.

Ugyen Wangdi’s “Price of Letter” won doc; Matan Guggenheim’s “Crickets,” short; Gabriel Judet-Weinshel’s “Facechasers,” experimental; and Philippe Grammaticopoulos’ “Le Regulateur,” animation. Arin Crumley and Susan Buice took new director for their pic “Four Eyed Monsters.” John Turturro received the Brooklyn Excellence Award for outstanding career. For more information, go to brooklynfilmfestival.org.

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