A short movie about roadside cleanup efforts around Wimberley won Best Documentary awards Saturday night at the fifth annual Wimberley Film Festival.

The festival was sponsored by the Wimberley Village Library and the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce.

A record attendance of about 170 people jammed into the small library for the event. It was the largest crowd ever. It might have been the largest crowd ever assembled at the library for a single event.

The movie that won Best Documentary was called “30 Feet at a Time.” The film producers and participants shown below are, from left, Rodger Marion, Wojciech Lorenc, Richard Page, Barry Underhill and Purly Gates.

Congratulations to them and those other 20 film-makers who had movies shown during the festival.!