Christopher Morris’ Four Lions, about a group of klutzy terrorists out to ruin the London Marathon, won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival. Four Lions features Riz Ahmed, Arsher Ali, and Nigel Lindsay, among others.
Roberto Hernandez and Geoffrey Smith’s Mexican documentary Presumed Guilty took home the Audience Award for Best International Feature, while the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature went to Marc Landsman’s Thunder Soul.
Presumed Guilty takes a trip down Mexico’s putrid justice system; Thunder Soul remembers the 1970s high-school band Kashmere Stage Band.
On Saturday, it was announced that Pernille Fisher Christensen’s Danish drama En Famille / A Family was the Los Angeles Film Festival Jury’s choice for Best Narrative Feature and J. Clay Tweel’s Make Believe, about young competing magicians, was the Best Documentary Feature.