Four films have been selected for the Oscar-Qualifying 35th Annual Rhode Island International Film Festival including Ashton Avila’s I GOT YOU BABE, Grant Moore’s PICKLE, Tom Teller’s ICARUSGareth Burghes’ LIFE & ATROPHY in a World Premiere

Five of our films have been accepted to the 36th Annual Breckenridge Film Festival in Colorado including Brian Robau’s IT’S JUST A GUN, Paul Mowry’s MARTY & STACY’S PIXELATED DREAM SHOW in a World Premiere, Grant Moore’s PICKLE, Sydney Guthrie’s THE IMPACT POINT, and Tom Teller’s ICARUS

Brenna Malloy’s ROCKET will be playing the 38th Annual Durban International Film Festival in South Africa next month and the 26th Annual Woods Hole Film Festival

Brian Robau’s IT’S JUST A GUN will be playing the 11th Annual First International Film Festival Xining for the Chinese Premiere

Derek O’Dell’s AEON won Best Student Film at the 8th Annual New Media Film Festival in Los Angeles

Christopher Brady-Denton’s FLOWEREYES won the Best Narrative Short Award at the 3rd Annual Mammoth Lakes Film Festival

Paulina Bugembe’s THE HOMECOMING was officially selected for the 19th Annual Roxbury International Film Festival

Lin Wang’s DEATH IN A DAY and Tom Teller’s ICARUS both played in competition at the Oscar-Qualifying 23rd Annual Palm Springs International ShortFest

Tom Teller’s HUM was broadcast on KCET’s Fine Cut program in Southern California and through LinkTV nationally

Phillip Vernon’s BROAD STROKES won Best Comedy at the 16th Annual Ivy Film Festival in Rhode Island

4 Chapman films were selected to screen at this year’s Comic Con International Independent Film Festival in San Diego:
Riley Geis’ THE WITCHING HOUR (6:55 p.m. Thurs. 7/20, Marriott Grand Ballroom 3 & 4)
Tom Teller’s ICARUS  (7:50 p.m., Fri.7/21, Marriott Grand Ballroom 3 & 4)
Brodin Plett’s EDEN (9:45 p.m.,Fri. 7/21, Marriott Grand Ballroom 3 & 4)
Hiroki Wakamatsu ’s BLUE (10:35 p.m., Fri. 7/21, Mariott Grand Ballroom 3 & 4)