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People's Choice Curvee presented to Girls in Ghostland

The Renton Film Frenzy V People’s Choice Curvee Award was presented Monday night to “Girls in Ghostland” at the Renton City Council meeting. The award was determined in online voting at RentonReporter.com. From left are Dean A. Radford, editor, Renton Reporter; Emma Zimmerman, holding the Curvee and who starred in the film with her sister Abigail; father and producer Lief Zimmerman, and James Zimmerman, Lief’s father, who was the ghost  “wrangler” in the film. The film  shows how two best friends vanquish a siff lord.  - City of Renton
The Renton Film Frenzy V People’s Choice Curvee Award was presented Monday night to “Girls in Ghostland” at the Renton City Council meeting. The award was determined in online voting at RentonReporter.com. From left are Dean A. Radford, editor, Renton Reporter; Emma Zimmerman, holding the Curvee and who starred in the film with her sister Abigail; father and producer Lief Zimmerman, and James Zimmerman, Lief’s father, who was the ghost “wrangler” in the film. The film shows how two best friends vanquish a siff lord.
— image credit: City of Renton

The People's Choice Curvee Award was presented Monday night to "Girls in Ghostland" at the Renton City Council meeting. The final award in Renton FilmFrenzy V was determined in online voting at RentonReporter.com.

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