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Guam International Film Festival


The Guam International Film Festival is proud to officially announce its open call for entries for the 2014 season!
 

In short, we're the cinematic bridge between the U.S. and Asia. Our past festivals include Academy Award, Sundance and Cannes Palme d'Or winners side-by-side with first-time DIY indie filmmakers. We're eclectic and we love film.

Only a few hours away from major international metropolitan cities such as Sydney, Manila, Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei, and Hong Kong, Guam has always served as the global gateway to a unique mix of professionals from the US, Asia and Pacific rim offering a platform to exchange opportunities in business and entertainment.

GIFF is the first and only annual U.S. film festival in the Western Pacific.

GIFF strives to capture the passion and spirit of independent filmmakers and their films as we showcase them to the Pacific Asia region.

The mission of the Guam International Film Festival is to foster cultural understanding through the art of cinema.

Although Pacific Asia is the core of the Guam International Film Festival, we are proud to showcase international movies from submissions worldwide.

GIFF will be presenting feature length movies and short films in the following categories:

Narrative
Documentary
Animation
Made in the Marianas
Student Under 18
Music Videos

The festival will take place September, 2014.


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GUAM, USA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES JURY AND NOMINEES

GUAM, USA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES JURY AND NOMINEES


HAGATÑA, GUAM, USA (September 13, 2011) – The Guam International Film Festival (GIFF) announced the members of their 2011 Official Grand Jury, comprised of four industry professionals with extensive media experience in the global film community. GIFF executive director, Don Muna, says ”Given the credentials of the 2011 jury panel,  I’m confident that we’re sending the clear message to the world that we consider GIFF’s foundation to be based on higher learning and communication through the art of cinema”.


Leading the GIFF Grand Jury for judging the films in competition is Guam’s established artist and educator, Head Juror Baltazar Aguon. Also on the jury is Gabrielle Kelly, Associate Arts Professor of New York University, Tisch Asia School of the Arts. Kelly is also on the board of directors for the British Academy for Film and Television. Also included are Professor Tom Brislin, Ph.D, a Fulbright scholar and founder of the Academy for Creative Media, University of Hawaii at Manoa; and Daniel Ferranti, who has studied film at New York University and theater at University of Massachusetts Boston, and is a consultant for Warner Bros. Digital Distribution. The nominated films for Grand Jury Awards in their respective categories are as follows:

Narrative Feature:
"FOREVER" (dir. Wee Li Lin, Singapore)
"LANINBWIL'S GIFT" (dir. Jack Niedenthal and Suzanne Chutarro, Marshall Islands)
"NIGHT MARKET HERO" (dir. Yeh Tien-Lun, Taiwan)
"WHITE KNIGHT" (dir. Jesse Baget, USA)

Documentary Feature:
"EVERYDAY SUNSHINE: THE STORY OF FISHBONE" (dir. Chris Metzler and Lev Anderson, USA)
"LEFT BY THE SHIP", (dir. Emma Rossi Landi and Alberto Vendemmiati, Italy/Philippines)
"PAPA MAU: THE WAYFINDER" (dir. Na'alehu Anthony, USA)
"PROJECT HAPPINESS" (dir. John Sorensen, India/Nigeria)

Narrative Short:
"5 + CAMERA" (dir. Isamu Hirabayashi, Japan)
"COFFEE PROJECT: EVA IS LEAVING" (dir. Aya Somech, Israel)
"LUTRINA: DITO SA LUPA" (dir. Julius Sotomayor Cena, Philippines/Guam)
"THIEF" (dir. Julian Higgins, USA)

Documentary Short:
"AGOS" (dir. Samantha Lee, Philippines)
"COFFEE PROJECT: WAJEH" (dir. Murad Nassar, Israel/Palestine)
"IT'S NEVER TOO LATE" (dir. Tatsuya Kawauchi, Germany/Guam/USA)
"KEVIN" (dir. Jay Duplass, USA)

The Guam International Film Festival (GIFF) is set to begin on Friday, September 30, 2011 and run through Sunday October 2, 2011. The three day cinematic event will showcase films from over 100 submissions from 18 different countries from around the world including twenty Guam related films. The Festival is made possible by the following sponsors: Pacific Islanders in Communications, Cars Plus, IT&E, Guam International Media Coordinators Association, Guam Economic Development Authority, The Talent Box, Tango Theatres, PBS Guam, Sorenson Media Group, Aktiv8 Promotionals, Cutting Edge, Peroni and Patron Tequila. To purchase tickets and for more information regarding the festival, please visit www.guamfilmfestival.org.

About Guam International Film Festival

Programming Staff
(Guam International Film Festival)

The Guam International Film Festival proudly presents an international cinema event exhibiting a new and dynamic source of cross-cultural artistic presence, bridging gaps among the U.S., Asia and the Pacific’s multi-cultural population and region. GIFF is the first and only annual U.S. film festival in the western pacific.

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