"Four Lions" and "Thunder Soul" Win LA Fest Audience Awards

by eug
June 27, 2010 7:07 AM
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Christopher Morris' "Four Lions" won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature and the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature went to "Thunder Soul," directed by Mark Landsman on the final day of the Los Angeles Film Festival in California today. The Audience Award for Best International Feature went to Roberto Hernández and Geoffrey Smith’s "Presumed Guilty."
 
The Audience Award for Best Short Film went to "Dock Ellis & the LSD No-No," directed by James Blagden and the video for OK Go’s "This Too Shall Pass," directed by James Frost, OK Go, and Syyn Labs won the Audience Award for Best Music Video.

The jury awards at the festival were announced yesterday. [Eugene Hernandez]

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  • REGGIE R. | April 25, 2011 11:48 AMReply

    Don't forget the singing group that originated out of THUNDER SOUL BAND named THE ROYAL TEMPTS. PROF would call out the group members to go back stage and get dressed for show time as a show group and still apart of the thunder soul LEGACY.FOR MORE INFOMATION about "THR ROYAL TEMPTS"call Clyde Walker an orignal Thunder Soul Band member(saxiphonist),Leader and Choreographer of "THE ROYAL TEMPTS" #713-705-5950