HOLLYWOOD — “Little Kings” won four top awards, including best film, at the 9th annual Palm Beach Intl. Film Festival on Thursday. Closing night awards ceremony was hosted by “Scrubs” thesp John C. McGinley.
After a week of screening roughly 130 films, “Kings” took home prizes for screenplay (Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiorno and Jerome Bongiorno), as well as actor and actress (Dominic Pace and Rita Pietropinto). Documentary winner was “Lolita: Slave to Entertainment.” Chris Philpott took home the director award for “Fairytales & Pornography.”
The Palm Beach County festival drew thesps including Nia Vardalos, Ben Gazzara, Shohreh Aghdashloo (“House of Sand and Fog) and Michael Clarke Duncan.