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The Feel Good Film Festival is a film viewing experience that encourages the development, production, and distribution of short or feature length films with positive themes, happy endings that make audiences laugh, and that capture the beauty of our world.
Join the FUN! AUG 3-5, 2012 - 5th Feel Good Film Festival at Laemmle NoHo7 - www.fgff.org
Los Angeles, CA May 21, 2012 — Entering into its fifth year, Hollywood's International Feel Good Film Festival (FGFF) announces it will hold its 2012 event at Laemmle’s newest all-digital theater in the heart of North Hollywood’s Arts District. Dedicated to provide a platform for filmmakers worldwide with positive views on life, the Festival will take place August 3-5, 2012, with pre- and post-screening gala parties and an encore screening of the winning films on Thursday, August 9.
The non-profit Feel Good Film Festival encourages the development, production, and distribution of films with happy endings, that make audiences laugh and that capture the beauty within us and within the world we share. FGFF showcases feel-good features, shorts, student films, and screenplays including live-action, animation, comedy, documentaries, and drama with positive themes.
Prize packages from previous FGFF editions have totaled more than $100,000 USD in cash and essential goods and services for working filmmakers from sponsors like Panavision, Hollywood Rentals, Adobe, Greenhouse Studios, ISS Props, New York Film Academy, and more.
Notable past films screened include two Academy Award winning films – Westbank Story and God of Love – Valerie Weiss’ Losing Control, Rosa Karo’s The Italian Key, Showtime’s I Am Comic, and films from over 25 countries including Venezuela, Estonia, China, and Finland. A few of Feel Good’s past celebrity appearances include Rainn Wilson, Carlos Mencia, Cheryl Hines, Shirley Jones, Hal Sparks, Valente Rodriguez, Tom Kenny, Patrick Warburton and Ed Asner.
Advanced tickets and all access passes will be available this July at www.fgff.org. Additional information on films screening, schedules, gala events, panels and ticketing will be available on the www.FGFF.org website closer to the event date.
ABOUT VENUE, LAEMMLE’S NOHO 7 THEATRE:
The FGFF festivities are being hosted by Laemmle’s Noho 7 Theater, a long time supporter of the small, independent filmmaker with filmmaker friendly service. This beautiful, new theater is in the center of Hollywood's Noho “arts district” and walking distance from restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, and cafes.
Kristen Flores, Director of Press & Public Relations email@example.com
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