Aaron Louis Tordini
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Aaron Louis Tordini, also known as Aaron Louis and by his pen name T. A. Louis, is an American author. Born in Daytona Beach, Florida on June 21, 1971, he is the author of the Southern Gothic novella, Things That Hang from Trees, (ISBN 0-9721072-1-5) which takes place in St. Augustine, Florida which the author frequently visited as a child. Tordini also wrote the screenplay for the 2005 film adaptation directed by Ido Mizrahy.
- Best Film, American Independents, Things That Hang From Trees, Troia International Film Festival, (2006)
- Best Film, Things That Hang From Trees, Corto Imola International Film, (2008)
- Award of Excellence, Things That Hang From Trees, Accolade Competition, (2008)
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