SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2022 BLUE WATER FILM FESTIVAL WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 1.
With five competitive categories in narrative feature, documentary feature, narrative short film, documentary short film, and animated films, the Blue Water Film Festival seeks diverse films made by environmental filmmakers who traverse the globe in order to tell their compelling stories on the natural world through different cultural styles and experiences.
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The festival draws national film industry attendees, including representatives from a wide array of film and media companies, a range of journalists including the film trades, bloggers, and local publications, as well as national journalists and San Diego-based press. Festival selections continue to play an important role during awards season, with a significant number of titles highlighted every year at the Academy Awards.
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Founded in 2020, the Blue Water Film Festival (BWFF) celebrates UN – World Oceans Day, every June 8th and promotes San Diego, California as a hub for marine science, naval exploration and an epicenter for environmental storytelling. BWFF’s year round screening, panels, and events help to cultivate a burgeoning family-based, environmental and military community in San Diego and around the world. BWFF was founded by Greg Reitman to bridge the world of environmental activism and storytelling. It profiles a variety of events including film premieres and screenings, educational panels, high-level networking, social gatherings, and culminates with the Blue Water Awards Show.
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