The 3 Rivers Film Festival - now in its fourth year - is a combined effort between Cinema Center and PBS39 to highlight and celebrate the visual arts - specifically local amateur talent working with film and video.
This FREE event, an official part of the 2014 Three Rivers Festival, combines a public celebration and showcase at Cinema Center on July 16th at 8pm, with an encore public screening on Sunday July 20th at 8pm, as well as a selection of submissions broadcast on PBS39 at 7pm Sunday July 20th.
The selections have been made for the 3 Rivers Film Festival!
52 video projects in total were submitted, double what we’ve seen in past years! We're gratefull to all of those who entered. To keep the Festival within the targeted 90 min total time, 16 films were selected for the public screenings. In no particular order, they are;
Film Title Submitted by:
Kerplunk Jennifer McKibben
Where the River Goes Anthony Frederick
Live It Up Kelly Lynch
Wildlife for Sale Sarah Jones
Unreasonable Doubt Zachary McIntyre
The Stick/The Socks/The Spider Daniel Hart
Travel Refreshed Kelly Lynch
Chances Nichole Root
Rattlesnake Man Gretchen Meinzen
Dealing with Death Justin Sims
Beauty and Betrayal Danielle Wright
Ice Beast Gretchen Meinzen
Henry Williams and the Maneto Egg Joe Griebel
The Bridge Ellen Cornwell
Opun for Business Rigel Jaquish
Slender Jacob Hosler
Some of these films will be broadcast on PBS39 on Sunday July 20th at 7pm; the final announcement of that lineup will be made at the conclusion of the 3 Rivers Film Festival screening at the Cinema Center Wednesday evening.
We hope to see you July 16th for the premier, or July 20th for the encore at Cinema Center. Tell your friends, support local creatives and Cinema Center by viewing the work of these local filmmakers and storytellers...