“The Princess Who Would Not Listen” Awarded Best Use of Character

InlandEmpire2014_XLThe Princess Who Would Not Listen (2014) was awarded Best Use of Character at the 48 Hour Film Project, Inland Empire 2014 awards ceremony.  It was the first such award in the studio’s history since participating in the 48 Hour Project.

The required character was Rob Ward, club president.  He made a single appearance early in the film, while his words echoed through the end.  An unexpected antagonist, Rob Ward preached negativity pleading his audience and our heroine to give up.

“Princess” was an inspirational film and takes an unusual twist about ignoring advise given.

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