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    The Bob Rodgers Group, a local indie film production company, has released the selections for the upcoming Derby City Film Festival being held February 18th-20th, 2011. Created by filmmaker Kris Rommel the festival is in its third year, expanding and showcasing the tales of independent filmmakers not just from Kentucky but New York, California, Georgia, Illinois, and Oregon and even outside the U.S. from locales such as Switzerland, Poland, Russia, and Canada.


    “While this year’s festival is a great moment to showcase the talent right here in Kentucky, we also want to remind everyone that we are an international festival. In addition we are screening 25 films from international filmmakers and numerous films from other parts of the country as well. It’s a great showcase of independent film in general.”

    The Fest kicks off at 8pm Friday, February 18th, 2011 with the Georgetown filmmaker Michael Crisp’s film, ““The Very Worst Thing” about the bus crash that took place in Floyd County, Kentucky in 1958. Preceding the debut film at 6pm is a collection of 8 “shorts,” or short films. The Fest wraps up on Sunday night with the feature film “Hitting the Nuts” from Cincinnati filmmaker Joe Boyd.

    Going to see the films is not the only reason to check out the Fest. There will be workshops on Writing for the Screen, Green Screen Techniques, Acting, and FX Make-Up.


    Also included are Q&A panels with the various filmmakers.

    Without further ado here is the list of 2011 Selections for the Derby City Film Festival:

    Feature Films:
    Almost Nothing Good Happens - Tom Whitus - New Albany, Indiana
    White Knuckles - Zak Forsman - California
    Queens of the Dead - Ray Cart - Louisville, Kentucky
    Hell is Full - Steve Hudgins - Dawson Springs, KY
    Hitting the Nuts - Joe Boyd - Cincinnati, Ohio
    Mountain Mafia - Cherokee Hall - Lexington, Kentucky
    Demons Rising - William Lee Ohio
    Tow - Adam Newell - Indianapolis, Indiana
    Deadlands 2: Trapped - Gary Ugarek Maryland

    The Very Worst Thing -Michael Crisp - Georgetown, Kentucky
    Our House - Greg King - California
    Figaro: Living in the Moment of a Character - Dan Schaefer - Oregon
    Mutton Buster - Bruce Claydon - Canada
    What’s in a Smile - Andrew DeJohn - California
    Miracle on 42nd Street NY, NY - Jerri Sher - California
    Smolarze - Piotr Zlotorowicz - Poland
    Fried Apple Pies - Natalie Baxter - Lexington, Kentucky

    Short Films
    Remaindered - Lee Goldberg - California
    James Amnesia - Evan Sennett - Louisville, Kentucky
    Knife - Matthew Rivera - Louisville, Kentucky
    A Moment of Delusion - Steve Cleberg - Somerset, Kentucky
    K (Between the Lines) - Nate Morguelan - Louisville, Kentucky
    Hindsight 2020 - Bryan Dobson - Simpsonville, Kentucky
    Afghan - Pardis Parker - Canada
    Two Men, Two Cows, Two Guns - Pardis Parker - Canada
    Implants - Pardis Parker - Canada
    The Escape - Rajko Jazbec - Switzerland
    Red Princess Blues - Alex Ferrari - California
    Meth - Michael Maney - Cincinnati, OH
    Marble Rye - Max Rosen - Missouri
    <3 (Heart) - Josh Flowers - Cincinnati, OH
    I Will Hurt You Some More - Gary Lynch - Georgia
    Surviving Hunger - Balgum Song - California
    The Singer - Josh Hope - Illinois
    Crux - Jared Hardy - New Albany, Indiana
    My Apologies - Andreas Goldfuss - Canada
    Vitruvius Toybox - Dennis Michael Iannuzzi - Pennsylvania
    The Mercy Seat - Jared Hardy - New Albany, Indiana
    Bubbly - e.E. Charlton-Trujillo & Josh Flowers - Cincinnati, OH
    Bots - John Cosper - Sellersberg, Indiana


    For more information check out the website at or by calling the DCFF office at 502-618-3192.

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