Six films received top honors at the fourth annual BronzeLens Film Festival (BronzeLens) on Nov. 8, 2013, in Atlanta, Ga.
Best Feature and Best Overall Film went to “The Retrieval,” directed by Chris Eska and was accepted by executive producer Sibyl Avery Jackson of Houston. “The Retrieval” also won the Panavision $30,000 camera equipment package which is granted to the Best Overall Filmmaker.
Other top honors included Best Documentary: “In Search of the Black Knight,” directed by Tamarat Makonnen; Best International Documentary: “Small Small Thing,” directed by Jessica Vale; Best International Feature: “Gris Gris,” directed by Mahmet-Saleh Haroun; Best Short Feature: “Junior,” Directed by Jeffrey Elmont; and Best Web Series: “MOMMY UNCENSORED: Confessions of a Real Mom,” directed by Justin Jordan, David Koté and Dr. Sharrell Luckett. BronzeLens individual honors included Best Actress: Jenifer Lewis for “The Magic City;” Best Actor: Jamie Hector for “The Magic City;” and BronzeLens Film Advocate Award: Tirrell Whittley, CEO of LIQUID SOUL MEDIA.