Four-day fest showcased 75 films in debut year
Co-helmers Rick Elgood and Don Lett’s feature “One Love” won the audience award for film as the inaugural Bahamas Film Festival wrapped this week.Pic follows a free-wheeling Rastafarian who falls for a straitlaced gospel singer during a music contest. Four-day fest showcased 75 films in its first year. Event closed with a screening of John Duigan’s “Head in the Clouds,” from Sony Pictures Classics. Tom Peosay’s “Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion” took the aud’s top docu prize at the fest, held in Nassau on the island of New Providence. Iranian helmer Mania Akbari’s “20 Fingers” grabbed the grand jury prize for feature.