From left, Marti Davey and Jim Fitzpatrick, parents of Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick, and Jay Craven, director of Northern Borders, at a party at Jon Goldman's residence in Woods Hole Friday, August 2, 2013. (Vincent DeWitt for the Boston Globe
From left, Marti Davey and Jim Fitzpatrick, parents of Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick, and Jay Craven, director of Northern Borders, at a party at Jon Goldman's residence in Woods Hole Friday, August 2, 2013. (Vincent DeWitt for the Boston Globe

The Woods Hole Film Festival wrapped up over the weekend with a few closing parties and an announcement of winners. “The Golden Scallop,” a mockumentary (think “Best in Show”) filmed on the Cape, won the prize for best narrative feature, while “Medora,” executive produced by Steve Buscemi and Stanley Tucci about a high school basketball team, won best documentary. Special recognition went to Banker White for “The Genius of Marian,” his Dedham-based documentary shot about his mother’s experience with Alzheimer’s. VIPs in town for weekend screenings included young Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick, star of Jay Craven’s festival film, “Northern Borders,” about a boy who learns family secrets while staying with his grandparents in Vermont. Davey-Fitzpatrick, who brought his parents to the festival, was also in the Rhode Island movie “Moonrise Kingdom” and Richard Linklater’s “Before Midnight.”

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