“Wild Prairie Rose” connected with a one-two punch at the Cambria Film Festival, walking away with both the jury and audience awards for Best Feature over the weekend.
Director Deborah LaVine accepted the awards Sunday night at the Hearst Castle Theater, as the festival wrapped up its four-day run. “Wild Prairie Rose,”set in the rural United States during the 1950s, focuses on the character of Rose Miller, who “falls in love with a deaf man and must decide if she has the courage to follow her heart, according to the IMDB website. READ MORE
We are so thrilled to announce that Wild Prairie Rose was named the BEST FEATURE FILM at the Black Hills Film Festival in South Dakota! As an independent film that was shot almost entirely in Beresford, SD this recognition means so much to us! Thank you to the festival organizers and the jury for this honor! If you are in the Black Hills area, WPR will screen on SUNDAY, APRIL 30th at the festival, and our director, DEBORAH LAVINE will lead a panel discussion on film making as well! We hope to see you there!
We are thrilled, honored, and so happy to announce that Wild Prairie Rose won the AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD for a feature film at the Sedona International Film Fest! So many people made this possible and we want to thank our amazing fans and audiences at Sedona!
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