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Duncan Jones directorial debut Moon has scooped the Best Feature Film prize at this year’s Edinburgh Film Festival.

The sci-fi film starring Sam Rockwell and Kevin Spacey won praise from the EFF jury, who said it had ‘singular vision… and emotional complexity.’

Read the Uncut preview of ‘Moon’ here.

The film opens in UK cinemas on July 17.

Other festival prizes included the Kyle Patrick Alvarez-directed Easier With Practice which won Best International Feature Film and Kate Jarvis who won Best Performance in a British Feature Film in Fish Tank.

Catch up with Uncut’s Edinburgh Film Festival 2009 coverage here.

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