Legendary Director Les Blank with IndependentFilm.com's Mr. Corey Boutilier.
Mr. Blank visited Woods Hole, Cape Cod, Mass. to help promote his new documentary “All In This Tea”, to conduct a master class, and to participate in panel discussions and informal festival networking events throughout the 8-day Festival.
Among Les Blank's numerous awards are the British Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary, 1982, (Burden of Dreams); the Golden Gate Award "Best of Festival", San Francisco Film Festival, 1982 (Burden of Dreams); Grand Prize, Melbourne Film Festival,1985 (In Heaven There Is No Beer?); Special Jury Award U.S. (Sundance) Film Festival, 1985 (In Heaven There Is No Beer?); Grand Award, Houston Film Festival, 1983 (Burden of Dreams); Golden Hugo, Chicago Film Festival, 1969 (The Blues Accordin' To Lightnin' Hopkins); Blue Ribbon, American Film and Video Festival (Dry Wood, Hot Pepper, Always For Pleasure, Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers, Burden of Dreams, Gap-Toothed Women, The Best of Blank, J'ai Ete Au Bal, Yum,Yum,Yum! and Marc and Ann.) "Best of Festival", Sinking Creek (Nashville) 1996 (The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists).