Lighthouse Int'l Film Festival Introduces New Audience Award
Updated: May 11
The Honey Levine Audience Award is the Lighthouse International Film Festival’s new audience choice award, named in memory of Annette “Honey” Levine — a patron of the arts, cinephile, and friend of the Festival, as well as the loving mother of LIFF board member, actor-director Jerry Levine. Honey loved a good story and supporting independent storytellers from around the world, so this is our way of honoring her spirit and contributions to the Long Beach Island community. The Honey Levine Audience Award will be given to a feature-length documentary or narrative, as selected by audience ballot, and the winner will receive a $1,000 cash award.
Thank you to all the filmmakers who have shown films at the Lighthouse International Film Festival. We are honored to share your stories.