Thirteen
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Thirteen
Thirteen won the Don Quixote Prize from the FICC at the 1998 Berlin Film Festival, and earned Virginia-based painter turned filmmaker David Williams the Movado Someone to Watch Award at the 1999 Independent Spirit Awards. This was more than a year after the completion of Thirteen, his second feature. Williams' film blurs the line between documentary and fiction. He cast neighbor Lillian Folley and her daughter, Nina Dickens (the title refers to her age), as the mother and daughter leads in the film. The two had previously appeared in Lillian, Williams' first feature, which dealt with… More

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"It is unique, the expression of particular voices, a deep understanding of the characters and an interest in who they are."
‑ Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
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