The first annual Blue Water Film Festival has selected 19 amateur films to be showcased at the McMorran Place Theatre on Saturday, October 10, 2009. These films will be shown in their entirety throughout the day within four time blocks. Within each time block there will be a documentary film, short film and long film – ranging from five minutes to two hours in length. All films and a brief scenopsis will be listed at Blue Water Film Festival. A specific “family-friendly” viewing time was developed within viewing Block B from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.
Seventeen of the film finalists are Michigan residents and two are Sarnia residents. Each film has a great array of themes and subject matter. Film Finalists will show @ The Mcmorran Place theater October 10th 2009.
- Art At The Heart by Juanita Anderson
- Charles McGee – Nature by Tim Nagae
- Crawl Space by Ryan Falcheck
- Dog Gone by Paul Lenzi
- Fairview St. by Michael McCallum
- First Day by Chris Lepley
- Forever in Time by Chuck Grady
- Freezer Geezers by Mark Ridley
- Open Your Eyes by Susan Cohen
- Producing Fiction by Aaron Dias & Matthew Dressel
- Rain by Joseph Parcell
- Small Beautiful Hands by Elizabeth Ladd Lee
- Solitude by Robert Joseph Butler
- The Lawson Chronicles by Alicia Donkers
- The Next Step by Mike Allore
- The Overcoat by Darya Zorima
- The Point by Chuck Grady
- The Stevie Wonder Show by Ryan Wehner
- Ugly Lights by Nathan Colquhoun
“It was simply great to see all the talent from the film entries we received for the first annual Blue Water Film Festival,” states Kelly Kennedy, one of the participants in the selection committee, “So many amazing amateur films to watch – I would encourage everyone to set aside the whole day to see them all. Amateur filmmakers that created professional quality films.” Tickets can be purchased at www.Ticketmaster.com for the all day passes at $10.00 each. To purchase one of the specific viewing blocks for $5.00, these purchases must be made at the McMorran Place Theatre Box Office (810) 985-6166.
For additional information view www.BlueWaterFilmFestival.com or call (810) 985-9223.