Tue, 06 Dec 2022

The awards were given for David Tittone's and David Torre's comedic TV Series, Daddy's Divas, about a recently widowed father of three daughters who struggles to keep his sanity. The Pilot for Daddy's Divas received the Award for Best Comedy Series Episode in Houston and Episode Five received the Award for Best Comedy Series Episode in Austin.

Producer, Assistant Director, and Actress Christie Courville, who accepted the award in Austin, had this to say about the achievement: "I was very honored to represent Daddy's Divas, our amazingly talented cast and crew, and the incredible Kansas City film community. Mikel Fair does a fantastic job bringing filmmakers from all over the world together to celebrate comedy. I truly enjoyed being a part of it."

Daddy's Divas, produced by Paradise Lost Films, is the story of a widowed father and his three daughters, compounded by the escapades of his contemporary extended family.

Director and Co-Writer David Tittone had this to say about receiving the awards for Best Comedy Series Episodes: "The Austin and Houston Comedy Film Festivals are truly world-class events. I am honored to accept these awards on behalf of the entire cast and crew of Daddy's Divas. Festival Director Mikel Fair is a champion of comedy and his festivals truly understand and embrace the importance of comedy in film and the positive impact comedic films have on society as a whole."

In winning these awards in Austin and Houston, Daddy's Divas joins comedy filmmakers, series creators and screenwriters from all over the world who submit their works with the goal of showcasing their creative products in Texas. These events, known collectively as the Film Festival Circuit, were founded by author and retired filmmaker Mikel Fair who worked on location in the Film and Television industry from 1999-2015.

Los Angeles based Distributor and International Sales Agent Indie Rights acquired all worldwide rights for the award-winning series. They recently featured Daddy's Divas at the American Film Market in Santa Monica, California.

Paradise Lost Films Executive and Daddy's Divas Line Producer Hannah Klinginsmith is thrilled the TV Series continues to receive recognition before the official release: 'I am excited to see the success that Daddy's Divas continues to accrue. From its early stages until the final editing, I was continually amazed by the talent involved. I am honored to have my name attached to this project and am excited to see what the future has in store."

For more information visit Daddy's Divas Facebook page at Daddy's Divas | Facebook.

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