Selections For The 2015 Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival Announced

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Advance tickets available at Oaks 10

ABOVE VIDEO: A trailer for the feature Bubba the Redneck Werewolf directed by Brendan Rogers. A multitude of cutting-edge award-winning independent films have been selected for presentation at this year’s Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF 2015) on October 23-24.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – A multitude of cutting-edge award-winning independent films have been selected for presentation at this year’s Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF 2015) on October 23-24.

Each year the MIFF showcases fantastic independent films in numerous genres.

This year’s theme is “Dynamic Duos” to celebrate the incredible contribution music has made to cinema and our partnership with the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra.

The festival has teamed six film directors and music composers (The Dynamic Duos!) to score six specially produced and selected silent films for this year’s festival.

These projects will be shown featuring a live performance of these new film scores by the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Aaron Collins.

The MIFF is proud to locally premiere the hit family film The Martial Arts Kid.

ABOVE VIDEO: Don “The Dragon” Wilson is one of the most highly respected members ever of the kickboxing community.

This film directed in Brevard County by award-winning director and frequent MIFF alumnus Michael Baumgarten features Florida’s beautiful Space Coast and martial arts legends Cynthia Rothrock “The Lady Dragon” and Cocoa Beach’s own Don “The Dragon” Wilson.

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The film features rising star Jansen Panettiere and promotes a strong anti-bullying message.

The festival includes special celebrity guests, a comedy film program with the Not Quite Right Improv Comedy Troupe, a Saturday night red carpet welcome, culinary-tastings, live music with recording artists Robin & Eddy, and several panel discussions on filmmaking all at the beautiful Premiere Theaters Oaks 10.

But what sets the MIFF apart is that all the funds it raises goes to charity. This year’s event helps support The No Limits Academy .

Selected Films include:

Features:
• Bubba the Redneck Werewolf directed by Brendan Rogers
• Deli Man directed by Erik Greenberg Anjou
• The Martial Arts Kid directed by Michael Baumgarten

Special engagement: Real Food Real Kitchens produced by Craig Chapman

Short films:

• Amerigo directed by Todd Thompson
• Batman’s Interrogation directed by Joey Harrison
• The Bloody Jug Band: Beautiful Corpse directed by Steven Shea
• Breakfast in Bed directed by Russell Sanders
• Casitas directed by Javier Marco
• Chemistry directed by Zach Hibbard
• Chronicles of a Writer directed by Gus Williams
• Dark Vortex directed by Ian Bertel
• The Deepest Cut directed by Dale Metz
• Exposed! directed by Darren Houle
• Fur Real directed by Nicole Machon
• Horse Sense directed by Kim Wheeler
• Jaden’s Journey directed by Sue Dontell
• Kevin directed by Ashay Javadekar
• La Propina directed by Esteban Crespo
• Lean directed by Kevin James O’Neill
• Lift directed by Christina L’Hereaux
• Losers directed by Carlos del Rosario
• M Theory directed by TL Westgate
• Max directed by Rajesh Naroth
• Monday’s Mona Lisa: Katy Perry directed by Gerald Line
• Nick Lazer-Freelance directed by Carol Anne Delapaz
• Nocturne Boy directed by Mikhail Howell
• Papa Don’t Dance directed by Luis Jordan Lorenzo
• Party Foul directed by Virginia Anzengruber
• Presumed Dead directed by Ray & Migdalia Etheridge
• Second Hand directed by JoAnn Johnson
• Shooters & Looters directed by Paul Ramsdell
•Story Musgrave trailer directed by Sue Dontell
• Tech Squad directed by TL Westgate
• The Anniversary directed by Phil Lister
• The Babysitter directed by Harrison Carr
• The Letter directed by Arwen Patton
• The Yeshua Answer directed by Eric Emerick
• Turkey directed by Rob Silcox
• Until Tomorrow directed by Michelle Brown
• Working Vacation directed by Soreyrith Um

The Dynamic Duos:

• Filmmaker/ Composer/ Title of film
• JoAnn Johnson – John Ryther “Lest We Forget”
• Paulette King – Ferne Tudor Franz “Moving On”
• Phil Lister – Josh Hobbs “Sunrise on Another World”
• Dale Metz – Adam Lydon “Dragon Child”
• Robby Sparks – Matthew Nunes “Writer’s Block”
• Daphne Stacey – R. Michael Daugherty “In A Moment”

The Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival is scheduled for October 23-24th at the beautiful Premiere Theaters Oaks 10.

Celebrity guests include Don “The Dragon” Wilson.

MIFF program chairman Terry Cronin reminds you that “this is a unique opportunity to meet, network, and discuss independent filmmaking with the filmmakers themselves.”

Advance tickets will be available at the Premiere Theaters Oaks 10.

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A multitude of cutting-edge award-winning independent films have been selected for presentation at this year’s Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF 2015) on October 23-24. (Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival image)

A multitude of cutting-edge award-winning independent films have been selected for presentation at this year’s Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (MIFF 2015) on October 23-24. (Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival image)


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