BLUE Ocean Film Festival in full swing


While movie buzz has surrounded the shooting of Disney picture featuring the star of the Hannah Indiana franchise (Sorry, I’m unfamiliar with her work), another arm of the Disney empire was making news in Savannah, according to the Creative Coast:

Disneynature has acquired the North American and Mexican distribution rights to the exciting new underwater film “OceanWorld 3D,” the first feature-length nature documentary ever filmed and released in 3D, it was announced at the Blue Ocean Film Festival by Jean-Francois Camilleri, executive vice president and general manager for Disneynature, and Francois Mantello, chairman of 3D Entertainment.

The festival’s goal is “to honor, promote and share films that inspire people to protect our oceans and the life within.” A schedule of screenings, which includes films with local focus, can be found on the BLUE Ocean Film Festival Web site. The festival concludes on Sunday.

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