Anomaly won the Local Filmmaker Award during its recent Seattle premiere at the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival! The cash award is given to a filmmaker acting in a significant production role who resides in Washington State. Co-Producer Sharon Smith, based in Seattle, was in attendance at the festival with Director/Producer Jessica Chen Drammeh. For a video interview from the festival premiere, check out ALHLive.com. Additional photos are posted on Anomaly’s Facebook page. 

Each year, the LHAAFF strives to present creative, thought-provoking films that entertain and inform. Sharon and Jessica are thrilled to have presented Anomaly at the festival and honored to win the award. Other award recipients were Flags, Feathers and Lies (Jury Award) and Burn: The Evolution of An American City (Audience Award).

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