Hollywood South: Trombone Shorty plays his trombone in the new ‘Peanuts movie’

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Audience Award: NOFF

Local director David Dubos sold out of all his screening at the 2015 New Orleans Film festival for Delta Justice: The Islenos Trappers War and has been moving up every since.

Chalmette movie theater gave David a local theatrical release at their theater through November 5th.

If that wasn't enough how about an Audience Award? Out of 190 films David took home the winning prize for the award for the film festival.

He was awarded a $5,000 rental package from Hollywood Rentals.

2nd place was given to the festivals Louisiana Short winner, The Exceptionally Extraordinary Emporium, Directed by Lindsey Phillips who award a $10,000 post-production package from Digital FX.

Congrats to everyone!

Trombone Shorty

Local musician Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews landed a gig in "The Peanuts Movie."

The New Orleans music star won't be using his own voice in the snoopy flick, but he'll be using his trombone.

Just like in the old Charlie Brown cartoons you could never understand what the adults were saying because the trombone sound effect took the voices place.

For the 2015 new version of the peanut animation, Andrews will be using his own trombone to mimic the adult voices in the film.

As for Troy, take a wild guess what Trombone Shorty's favorite Charlie Brown character is?  Snoopy!!!

The "Peanuts Movie" hits theaters November 6, 2015.

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