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Posted at 05:40 PM ET, 01/25/2012

In other news. . . : Hodierne wins short-film prize at Sundance


Director Cutter Hodierne on the set of “Fishing Without Nets.” (John Hibey)
Local guy Cutter Hodierne is one of the big winners at the Sundance Film Festival this week. His “Fishing Without Nets” — a 17-minute drama about Somali fishermen lured into the pirate trade — won the top jury prize for short films Tuesday night. The 25-year-old writer/director — a graduate of Arlington’s H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program — hopes to turn his story into a feature-length film. His co-writer on the prize-winning project, John Hibey, is a Georgetown Prep grad.

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Read earlier: Cutter Hodierne’s ‘Fishing Without Nets’ to premiere at Sundance Film Festival, 1/18/12

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