And the Award Goes To (2007) - Watch Online. Directed by J.T. Tepnapa

Genres Comedy     Short    
Director    
Writers Adam Browne
J.T. Tepnapa
Cast                                    
Country USA
Language English
Runtime USA:6 min
Plot Back to the basics, J.T. Tepnapa goes back to honor his most awarded film, Masturbation: putting the Fun into Self-Loving. And the Award Goes To is set in a documentary style of filmmaking. J.T.'s film is nominated for best short film on Hollywood's biggest night. But beyond all the 'thank yous' and 'lies' on stage, comes the true Hollywood story beneath the surface. Just how does one make a film?... search for And the Award Goes To on IMDb

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  • And the Award Goes To (2007) - IMDb

    Directed by J.T. Tepnapa. With Jason Bradley, Adam Browne, Leandro Cano, Marcia de Rousse. Back to the basics, J.T. Tepnapa goes back to honor his most awarded film, Masturbation: putting the Fun into Self-Loving. And the Award Goes To is set in a documentary style of filmmaking....

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1087831/

  • And the Award Goes To... | cfmdc.org

    by J.T. Tepnapa U.S.A. / 6:00 / 2007 sound / colour . Back to the basics, J.T Tepnapa goes back to honor his most awarded film, MASTURBATION: PUTTING THE FUN INTO SELF - LOVING.

    http://www.cfmdc.org/node/2838

  • And the Award Goes To (2007) - Plot Summary - IMDb

    And the Award Goes To (2007) on IMDb: Back to the basics, J.T. Tepnapa goes back to honor his most awarded film, Masturbation: putting the Fun into Self-Loving. And the Award Goes To is se

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1087831/plotsummary

  • And the Award Goes to … « Blue Seraph Productions

    And the Award Goes to ... And the Award Goes to … gives J.T. Tepnapa a chance to revisit, in a documentary format, his most renowned film, Masturbation: ...

    http://blueseraph.com/2009/07/04/and-the-award-goes-to/

  • And the Award Goes to … Movie End Credits | Judas Kiss: The ...

    As some of you might know, And The Award Goes to... screened last weekend at the Santa Barbara LGBTQ Film Festival. It was the first time I’ve seen it projected. ... J.T. Tepnapa. Writers…….………………………………………… ...

    http://judaskissmovie.com/2008/11/and-the-award-goes-to-movie-end-credits/

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