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FESTIVALS

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18½ has played at around 30 festivals on 4 continents, winning jury and audience awards and drawing praise and applause. Here is the selected list of festivals attended.

• Woodstock Film Festival - World Premiere (Oct 2-4)
• São Paulo International Film Festival - International Premiere (Oct. 21 - Nov 3)

• Tallgrass Film Festival - Midwestern Premiere (WINNER - Jury Prize - Stubbornly Independent Award for Best Narrative Film - Oct. 20 - 24)
• Lake County Film Festival - Illinois Premiere - (Nov. 4-15)
• Belize International Film Festival - Belize Premiere - (Nov. 5-14)
• St. Louis International Film Festival - Missouri Premiere - (Nov 4-21)
• Rome International Film Festival - Southern Premiere - (WINNER - Special Jury Award for Creative Vision - Nov 12-14)
• Gijon International Film Festival (Spain) - European Premiere (Nov 22-27)
• Whistler Film Festival (Canada) - Canadian Premiere (TOP TEN BOX OFFICE - Dec. 1-5)
• Anchorage International Film Festival - Alaska Premiere (WINNER - Runner Up/Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature, Dec. 3-12)
• Big Muddy Film Festival – Southern Illinois Premiere (OPENING NIGHT FILM, Feb 24)
• Barbados Independent Film Festival – Caribbean Premiere (March 5) (WINNER - Founders Award)
• Kamloops Film Festival – South-Central British Columbia Premiere (March 12)
• Manchester International Film Festival – United Kingdom Premiere (WINNER - Best Director - March 18)
• Oxford Film Festival – Mississippi Premiere (March 23-27)
• Cleveland Film Festival – Ohio Premiere (March 30-April 9)
• Phoenix Film Festival – Arizona Premiere (March 31-April 10)
• Cinequest Film Fetival – California Premiere (OPENING NIGHT FILM - April 1-17)
• River Run Film Festival - North Carolina Premiere (April 21-30)
• Mendocino Film Festival - California Premiere (June 3-5)

• Revelation Perth International Film Festival - Australian Premiere (July 9)

•Southern Film Festival - South Georgia Premiere (WINNER Best Feature Film and Best Director, Aug. 20)

• South Georgia Film Festival (March, 2024)

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