“On Wings of Men,” about the Bahamas’ first prime minster, won a similar award for docu- mentaries, Borys Kit reports in The Holly- wood Reporter.
Better Mus’ Come, a violent Jamaican coming-of-age drama, won the audience award for best narrative feature Sunday at the 8th Bahamas International Film Festival, while On the Wings of Men, a documentary centering on the first Bahamian prime minister Sir Lynden Oscar Pindling, took home the 2011 BIFF audience award in the documentary category.
Mus’ Come, directed by Storm Saulter, proved a hot title at the festival, as it also received an honorable mention in the Spirit of Freedom category, which honors movies that explore the human condition and culture (Brazlian movieVIPS won the award).
One of the stars of Mus’ Come, Nicole Sky Grey, also was featured in Restless City, an American production that…
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