On Saturday, Mary Wells' feature film ‘Kingston Paradise’ beat films from South Africa and the United States to cop the award for narrative feature. Mary Wells, is an independent director, writer and producer who wrote and directed the film which highlights a couple's struggle to escape the harsh realities of the ghetto. The film follows the lives of Rocksy (played by suncity’s very own Christopher 'Johnny' Daley), who is a small-time hustler, and his girlfriend Rosie (played by Camille Small), as the masterminds behind a plot to steal a sports car. The 83-minute film made its United States debut on a Valentine's Day, screening which was held at the Rave Cinema in Los Angeles over the weekend, with the final showing taking place on Monday. The Pan African Film Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious black film festivals in the United States. It was founded in 1992 by award-winning Hollywood actor, Danny Glover.