The internationally celebrated pilot production episode depicts an imagined version of what goes on in the inner chambers of the supreme court.
NEW YORK, New York, Friday, Sept. 9, 2022: “Sura Khan’s The Chambers – In God We Trust” television series/production’ cast and crew are celebrating another huge week for the series. The show took home 22 awards this week – 11 at the Florence Film Awards, 10 at the Hollywood Gold Awards, and one in London. This brings the political series’ award total up to 32 – and counting.
The first-of-its-kind supreme court series, created and directed by Sura Khan, explores the courtroom’s inner chambers. It follows the supreme court Judge H. Joseph Kimble, played by Bob Lloyd – and his staff – Fred Kramer, played by actor Anthony LeDonne. Political Advisor Matt Canley – Played By Paul Kevins; Media Relations Officer Angela backer – Played by Adre Mayer, Executive Assistant Marsha Owens – Played by Rebi Paganini and Law Clerks Carson Edelman, Eddie Hayes and Ryan Santiago played by Charles Osborne, Kevin Richard Best, and Ralphy Lopez.
The pilot starts with the staff tackling a breaking news story that puts Judge Kimble on the cover of the early edition of the news. Kimble’s executive assistant Marsha makes a statement while having dinner on a date with Dan, a gentleman Marsha has seen around the court. Still, she is unaware that he is a reporter for the Daily Justice Newspaper. Marsha makes a statement that puts herself and the Judge at the center of controversy in an already challenging political environment.
The show’s no stranger to winning awards. This time, it took home Hollywood Gold Awards for the indie feature film, along with awards for its screenplay, director, producer, editing, and sound design, among others. In Italy, “The Chambers” also took home awards for best indie feature film, best director, best actor (Paul Kevins), best cinematography (Rasheen “R.H.Bless” Hill), best screenplay, best editing, etc.
“I’m honored that the show continues to make a splash wherever it comes,” said Sura Khan, the show’s creator and director. “I’m looking forward to continuing to tell this story and show it to the public.”
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