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Bob Odenkirk’s “Melvin Goes to Dinner,” starring Maura Tierney and David Cross, claimed honors for best pic and ensemble at the recently wrapped Phoenix Film Festival, which emphasizes low-budget filmmaking. John Carlos Frey’s “The Gatekeeper” nabbed director kudos and the audience award. Wayne Dickman picked up the Arizona filmmaker prize for “The Sum of One.”

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