Flagler Film Festival wraps up 5th season published by Daytona News Journal By Danielle Anderson, Correspondent on Jan. 15, 2018
Taking audience members on a trek around the globe, the 5th annual Flagler Film Festival saw a more consistent viewer base than in past years, organizers said, with many spending their weekend afternoons screening films.
Lisa Ekinci and her husband, Ky, came on Saturday afternoon, having selected the all-festival passes allowing them to come and go at their leisure. On their must-see list was “Moss,” a story of a young man coming to terms with significant events in his life.
Flagler Film Festival’s 55 Movies Go From Gothic to Micro-Shorts to Burt Reynolds published on Flagler Live on Jan, 12, 2018
Matthew Gentile’s master thesis will be on display in Palm Coast this weekend.
“Lawman,” a 14-minute movie directed by Gentile when he was a student at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, is just one of the 55 works to be screened at the Fifth Annual Flagler Film Festival.
The festival’s mission is “to showcase emerging, new filmmakers of all genres, features and shorts.” The event opens at 6 p.m. tonight and concludes with a champagne reception and ceremony at 10 p.m. Sunday (Jan. 14), with all activities held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Palm Coast.
Flagler Film Festival turns 5 published by Cameron Meier on Jan. 8, 2018
The Hilton Garden Inn, in Palm Coast, Florida, will host the fifth annual Flagler Film Festival, January 12-14. The festival, which takes place in the hotel’s convention room, will screen 55 independent films (nine features and 46 shorts). Though the event is not a big one – drawing a small, local crowd – it’s considered a good networking experience for Central Florida moviemakers.
Flagler Film Festival published in the Palm Coast Observer on Jan. 4, 2018
The 5th Annual Flagler Film Festival will be showcasing feature and short films from Florida and around the world! Comedies, drama, animation, science fiction, horror, thriller, music videos, international and student productions will be screened during the weekend festival. Starting Friday 1/12 at 6:00 pm with our annual fundraiser “Wave of the Winter,” a surf film to benefit the Tommy Tant Memorial and continuing through Sunday evening with awards for filmmakers.
Flagler Film Festival ready for action published by Daytona News Journal By Danielle Anderson,Correspondent on Jan. 3, 2018
3-day festival begins Jan. 12
From the love story “You Go To My Head,” filmed in Morocco, to the science fiction thriller “Occupants,” co-staring Emmy-nominated actor Robert Picardo, local movie lovers can expect a journey through reality and beyond as part of the 5th annual Flagler Film Festival beginning Jan. 12 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Palm Coast.
The independent three-day festival, now in its fifth year, is set to screen 55 selected submissions from across the globe.
5th Annual Flagler Film Festival
The 5th Annual Flagler Film Festival will be showcasing 55 films from Florida and around the world! Feature length and short films including comedies, dramas, documentaries, horror, action, animation, international, science fiction and student films.
A TOP 100 BEST REVIEWED FILM FESTIVAL” – Film Freeway