DENTON, TX – Thin Line Film Fest announces today the winning films for the 2010 festival. Each will screen the evening of Sunday, February 21st at the Campus Theatre located at 214 W. Hickory in Denton, TX. The Best Student Short Documentary is Fast Girls, Slow Bikes: The Story of Denver’s Mods ‘N Knockers directed by Joseph Brown, Ericha Hager, and Daniel Suave. The Audience Choice Short Documentary is Crazy Diamond by local director Hanny Lee and the Audience Choice Feature Documentary is GasLand directed by Josh Fox. These films will screen Sunday, February 21 at 5PM. The Best Documentary Short is Brilliant by Marilyn Bright and the Best Documentary Feature is Rachel Is directed by Charlotte Glynn. these films will screen Sunday, February 21 at 8PM.
Thin Line Film Fest successfully completed it’s third-year run with record audiences. A debt of gratitude is owed to all the sponsors including Eagle Press, University of North Texas, Denton Record Chronicle, Panavision, LBI Broadcasting, City of Denton Recycling, Access 1st Capital Bank, and Ben E. Keith; to all the volunteers who gave their time; and to all the attendees who supported the festival by enjoying this year’s films.
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