Amelia Island Film Festival

Amelia Island Film Festival in Fernandina Beach, Florida, has a variety of reasonably priced film screenings available to view.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Sail with the Filmmakers, sponsored by the Cumberland Sound Ferry, welcomes the Florida State Film Director, Lucia Fishborne, to the 2010 Amelia Island Film Festival. Views of Amelia Island and Cumberland Island, connect with two historic, waterfront towns in a day. There will be a Welcome and reception by the St. Marys Film Society
$22 per person roundtrip ($5 of every ticket goes back to AIFF)

Hampton Inn & Suites
$10.00 – 9:00 AM
2 Films by Filmmaker Deanna Morse (includes reception)

Island Art Association
$20.00 – 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Photography Demonstration and History by Bill Raser
Scenes of Amelia Powerpoint Show by the Island Art Association Photo Group
Protrait Painting Demo by Karen McFayden
Two Film screenings, popcorn and sodas

2:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Meet & Greet for Filmmakers and Art Patrons
Wine and Cheese Reception
Nouveau Art Show “Art and the Movies” Awarrds Presentation at 3:00 PM
Door Prizes
Drawing for ARt

Fernandina Beach City Hall
11:00 AM
The Agronomist (2003), Jonathan Demme
More Than Skin Deep, Stan Kozma

1:00 PM
The Curious Mr. Catsby, in partnership with the General Duncan Lamont Clinch Historical Society
One Day, Bernard Garceau

3:00 PM
Tantric Tourists (Provided by the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival), Alexander Schnelling
The Stoop, Susan E. Wilson
Zwischen Licht und Schatten/Fading Away

Indigo Alley
11:00 AM
Under Our Skin, Andy Abrahams Young, (This film was noimated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary)

1:30 PM
Magicians, Andrew O’Connor

3:30 PM
O, Michael Pitts, The Vaudevillian, Bryan Nest

Intercoastal Wine Company
11:00 AM
Run Jane Run, Lynn Estomin
The Bake Shop Ghost (AIFF Best Short Film), Loretta Bayle

1:00 PM
Broken Hill, Dagen Merrill

3:00 PM
Gypsy Vanner Horse, Mark J. Barrett
Open Diaries, Sasha Schriber

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