'An Insignificant Man' wins big at IFFLA

New Delhi [India], Apr. 15 (ANI): Funded by India's biggest crowd funding campaign, 'An Insignificant Man' continued its golden run on the international festival circuit.

It won a prestigious award at Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles.

The documentary, based on Aam Aadmi Party and its creator Arvind Kejriwal, won the Audience Choice Awards (Documentary) at the festival.

The movie has been making waves ever since it's international premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Khushboo Ranka, director of the documentary said, "It's been an incredible journey so far with this film and we have had houseful screenings in countries like Mexico and Spain. It's surprising how much people identify with a political story that took place in New Delhi. We are playing across five countries in April alone."

The filmmaker followed Kejriwal and the AAP over two years and shot more than 400 hours of behind the scenes footage with them.

'An Insignificant Man' is expected to hit theatres nationwide soon. (ANI)