"Monday Morning" movie, written and directed by Nat Christian, wins "Best Feature Film Award"

Top Quote The Long Island Film Festival has announced that the film, often described as depicting L.A.'s homeless situation with an unrelenting truthful focus, will be the recipient of its Best Feature Film Award. End Quote
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) May 01, 2013 - Having received a limited theatrical run at Laemmle Theaters, and being an Official Selection in numerous festivals and having won its most recent award, Monday Morning will be released via DVD/Blu-Ray, VOD, Television on 5/28/13.

    The awards ceremony will be held on June 8, 2013.

    The list of The Long Island FIlm Festival Award winners may be seen on their website.

    Because of its graphic depictions and general philosophy of the homeless situation in L.A. and really all over the country, Monday Morning has sometimes been very polarizing and off-putting with some viewers, while highly praised by others for the very same elements.

    Critics have given "Monday Morning" such kudos as:

    "Monday Morning is an eye opening film... a lot of things in this movie that will make your stomach turn, but maybe it will make you want to step up and do something about this problem in your own neighborhood" Nick Leyland, Movie Room Review.

    "Bold and haunting... Nat Christian amalgamates the elements of drama, thriller politics, social commentary and magical realism" ... Avi Offer, NYC Movie Guru

    "Complex and deep, and will leave viewers thinking" ...Caress Thirus, Film Monthly

    "A Wonderful Life turned inside-out... powerful, often upsetting" ... James van Maanen, TrustMovies

    "A timely film & a rarity in today's political climate"... Edward Yerke-Robins, last

    "A powerful and engaging movie"... LA Councilman, Bill Rosendahl

    "A truly inspiring and riveting film"... Booker Pearson of Upward Bound (Homeless Rehab Center)

    Using 140 actors and shot in L.A. and Minnesota the movie is about a right wing Minnesota radio host, running for U.S. Senate, who goes to L.A., loses his memory and becomes homeless among L.A.'s hardcore homeless community. MONDAY MORNING was shot around SKID ROW during one of the heaviest rainfalls in L.A.'s recorded history.

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