Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Blue Water Film Festival announces Official Selections

Michigan and Ontario-based film festival reveals finalists up for monetary prize award competition.

Port Huron, MI, August 27, 2013 - The Blue Water Film Festival (BWFF) has announced the Official Selections of the 2013 festival.

Independent films are submitted to the festival each year from all over the State of Michigan and the Province of Ontario. Each fall they are screened in the City of Port Huron at McMorran Place Theatre over a full weekend of events; culminating in the Blue Water Film Awards Ceremony on Saturday evening.

The Blue Water Film Festival accepts short films, full-length features, documentaries and animated films to their annual festival.

The 2013 Official Selections of the Blue Water Film Festival (in alphabetical order)

Abed - Ryan Lieske (Bryon Center)
Bone Yard - Scott Galeski (Wyandotte)
Broadcasts from Voyager Prime - Matthew Winne (Ferndale)
Dayplanner of the Dead - John Wisniewski (Farmington)
Dog Tag - Mark Finnell (Ferndale)
Downriver - Tinisha Brugnone (Warren)
Fifty Lakes One Island - George Desort (Riverside, IL; filmed in Michigan)
Grammar Goombas - Allan I. Ross (Lansing)
Haunted Sweet Dreams Inn - Cruce Grammatico (Dryden)
Moo: A Documentary - Reid Petro (Kalamazoo)
Resistant - Mike Madigan (Troy), Matthew Peach (Livonia) and Chris Lepley (Royal Oak)
Static - Denn Pietro (Taylor)
The Date - Chris Raby (Los Angeles, CA; filmed in Michigan)
The Water Brothers: Carpageddon - Alex and Tyler Mifflin (Toronto, Canada)
The Whistle - Jonathan D'Ambrosio (Clarkston)
Torontopia - Sam Kay (Toronto, Canada)
Trail - Phillip Lupo (Garden City)
Vanishing Act - Joshua Courtade (Comstock Park)
Whiskey Tango - Scott Galeski (Wyandotte)
Who the *&@# is Uncle Joe? - Allen Maldonado (Plymouth)

Kelly Kennedy, Chairperson of Film Selection for the Blue Water Film Festival states, ?The 20 Official Selections featured at our fifth annual festival truly show the talent, ingenuity and passion the independent filmmaking industry in Michigan and the Province of Ontario continues to possess. Each year we are honored, thrilled and very proud to present a compelling program that provides these gifted filmmakers an opportunity to showcase their phenomenal work while at the same time exposing the Blue Water Area to a unique and diverse catalog of films?.

The Official Selections of the Blue Water Film Festival will screen on Saturday, September 28th, 2013.

Visit http://bluewaterfilmfestival.com/ for more information.

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