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INDIANAPOLIS — The Heartland Film Festival wraps up this weekend with some big winners.

The festival announced the grand prizes tonight, at Tibbs Drive-In Theatre on the near west side.

“76 Days” about the COVID-19 outbreak in China won $20,000 for Best Feature Documentary, and also won the Social Impact Award.

MTV now has the rights for the film.

The other grand prize winner was “There Is No Evil” – a drama concerning the death penalty in Iran.

Nine other films won awards Saturday night.

Screenings ended at Tibbs Drive-In Sunday, but you can watch them virtually through next Saturday.