The Fort Myers Film Festival (FMff) enjoyed its last day of festivities. The festival was held at a variety of locations in Fort Myers, Fla.
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, Alliance for the Arts and Broadway Palm Theatre were locations used by FMff this week. This was the fourth annual Fort Myers Film Festival.
During the FMff film festival there was much preparation involved with the locations, accommodations, talent, transportation, tech check for sound and video, judges, guests, food preparations, decorations, media and more.
"Michael Rossato-Bennett, director of FMff's opening night film and social worker Dan Cohen, who is featured in the film, kicked off the film festival.
The festival's premiere film was "Alive Inside: A Story of Music & Memory." It is Mr. Rossato-Bennett's first feature length offering. The film is an award-winning independent film about music therapy with Alzheimer's patients.
This has been another great year and festival, and we look forward to presenting you with event photos and the names of the many winners soon! - Eric Raddatz, FMff Founder and Executive Director
Following the many film screenings, the parties and dinners were held at Twisted Vine Bistro, a filmmakers lodge at Firestone, and breakfast panels at Bennett's Fresh Roast, plus other select venues.
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