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Worthington native awarded at international film festival

ATLANTA, Ga. -- Worthington native Branden Lee Roth's short film "Tom Cat" was named top five out of 175 films in the The Marietta International Film Festival's 24-Hour Film Race, in which directors had 24 hours to write, direct, shoot and edit a...

ATLANTA, Ga. - Worthington native Branden Lee Roth’s short film “Tom Cat” was named top five out of 175 films in the The Marietta International Film Festival’s 24-Hour Film Race, in which directors had 24 hours to write, direct, shoot and edit a short film.

The eight-minute film was also given the “Best Make Up” award.

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