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San Diego Film Festival honors Keith Carradine

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SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - The San Diego International Film Festival (SDiFF), produced by the San Diego Film Foundation, has honored Oscar-winning performer Keith Carradine with the Gregory Peck Award, and Zachary Levi, star of New Line Cinema's upcoming superhero adventure Shazam!, with the Humanitarian Award for his work with Operation Smile.

The awards was presented October 11th at The Night of the Stars Tribute at the Pendry San Diego in Downtown San Diego.

Keith Carradine, honoree of the Gregory Peck Award for Excellence in Cinema, has starred in over seventy feature films, five Broadway shows and has released two LP Albums of his music. 

"Keith Carradine has captivated audiences for years with spectacular performances, from recent hits like Old Man and the Gun to his career defining performance in Nashville. We couldn't be more excited to honor him this year with the Gregory Peck Award," said Tonya Mantooth, CEO and Artistic Director of the San Diego International Film Festival.

Now in its 17th year, the San Diego International Film Festival, the region's premier film event and one of the leading stops on the independent festival circuit, will run from October 10th through October 14th. 

The San Diego International Film Festival offers a totally unique film experience; including world premieres, never-before-seen studio releases, the best in independent film making and a full schedule of glamorous parties and intimate events with filmmakers.

For more information about the San Diego International Film Festival, click on the link below. 

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