Updated: December 10, 2009, 5:43 PM ET

Mind of the Demon wins award

Mind of the Demon: The Larry Linkogle Story voted "Best Jury International Documentary" is an incredible and motivating documentary starring athlete Larry Linkogle. The film takes an analytical look into the psyche of one of the most brilliantly talented, yet aggressively self-destructive minds of our generation. Larry Linkogle is a world-record holding dirt bike legend and a man battling his inner demons as he struggles to maintain structure, sobriety and self-control.

The second annual Bel Air Film Festival has announced it's International Jury Documentary Winner. The festival held 35 film screenings along with packed theaters, and 4 red carpet events November 13th-17th. The festival's opening night was held at UCLA's James Bridges Theater where honorees Louis Gossett Jr. received a "Lifetime Achievement Award," Taryn Manning was honored for her work in Film and Fashion with the festival's "Film Fashion Visionary" award, and Vivica A. Fox was given the festival's "Best Actress" Award. The Improv held the closing night ceremony hosted by Jill-Michele Melean from Mad TV, RENO 911, and Showtime. Comedy honoree recipients included Neal Brennan (Chappelle's Show) "Best Comedy Writer," Kerri Kenney, Thomas Lennon, and Robert Ben Garant, creators of Comedy Central's hit show RENO 911 for their work and devotion in film with the festival's "Outstanding Achievement in Comedy for Film and Television" award. "The Bel Air Film Festival is pleased to have had the opportunity to debut "Mind of the Demon: The Larry Linkogle Story," for it's Los Angeles Premiere and honor the filmmakers with our International Documentary Jury Award. This is an incredible film that touches the hearts of it's viewers," said Bel Air Film Festival" President Melody Storm.

Mind of the Demon: The Larry Linkogle Story voted "Best Jury International Documentary" is an incredible and motivating documentary starring athlete Larry Linkogle. Noted attendees at the film screening included Christian Fletcher (surfer), Mike Metzger (freestyle motocross), Duane Peters (Skateboarder), Trigger Gumm (motocross).

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