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'Wild Bill's Run' claimed awards for Best Documentary Feature and "You Couldn't Make This Up" distinction. It was also nominated for the Audience Award. The documentary uses some of the original 16mm film, but Dean Vogtman shot much of the footage, including interviews for the film.Once among America's 10 Most Wanted, Bill Cooper disappeared under mysterious circumstances. (Submitted photo)

Vogtman wins Seattle film fest awards

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"Wild Bill's Run," a feature-length documentary shot by Park Rapids native Dean Vogtman, received two awards and was nominated for a third at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival (STIFF) in Seattle, Wash.

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The film, directed by Mike Scholtz, received the award for Best Documentary Feature and the "You Couldn't Make This Up" Award. It was also nominated for the Audience Award.

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