Kristos Andrews wins ‘Best Actor’ at the Cannes World Film Festival

Kristos Andrews in 'Breakout'
Kristos Andrews in 'Breakout.' Photo Courtesy of Uncork’d Entertainment

Kristos Andrews (“The Bay”) has a major reason to be proud. He just won the “Best Actor in a Feature Film Award” at the Cannes World Film Festival for his acting work in “Breakout.”

The synopsis is: “Having taken control of a maximum security prison, a criminal mastermind faces off against a retired Black Ops agent who had been visiting his incarcerated son.”

The movie was directed by Brandon Slagle, and Andrews portrays Vincent Baros opposite Louis Mandylor, who plays Alex Baros. It earned a favorable review from Digital Journal.

“I am so grateful for the honor,” Andrews expressed. “I attribute this to a great team effort and the role consisting of a strong range of energy I had the opportunity to bring credence to.”

“Breakout” is available to stream on Tubi by clicking here.

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