“Missing in Brooks County” wins Best Documentary Feature at Thin Line Fest
Missing in Brooks Country continues to earn accolades at film festivals across the country. This week, the film was awarded Best Documentary Feature and a $15,000 credit with Panavision at the Thin Line Fest, Texas’s longest running documentary film festival.
This latest award joins a list of other awards, including Best Southern Documentary Feature at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Best Feature Non-Fiction Documentary at Lost River Film Fest and Best Documentary Jury Prize at San Luis Obispo International Film Festival.
Missing in Brooks County is co-directed by Jeff Bemiss and School of Theatre, Film & Television Adjunct Instructor Lisa Molomot, and edited and produced by TFTV Associate Professor Jacob Bricca ACE. Its national and international film festival run continues this month with screenings at the Foyle Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival, Ashland Independent Film Festival, and the Arizona International Film Festival, among others. View the full lineup of upcoming screenings and Q&A sessions on the Missing in Brooks County website.
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