The unreleased Kings of the Evening, set in the Depression era, dominated the San Diego Black Film Festival awards Sunday. The film won for best film, best director (Andrew P. Jones), and best supporting actor (Glynn Turman). Turman also received the festival's Award of Merit. J. Neil Schulman's Lady Magdalene's, starring Star Trek veteran Nichelle Nichols, won the award for "best cutting-edge film."