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2014 TGIM season concludes with trophies and fave indie movie moments (Photos)

On Feb. 24, 2014, Thank God for Indie Mondays (TGIM) season concluded with favorite indie movie moments and trophy winners. The event was held at Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center in Fort Myers, Fla.

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TGIMmy Award, Image: Courtesy
TGIM, Photo: Garth Francis Photography

"Fort Myers Film Festival (FMff) and TGIM (aka Intellectualization Mondays) are sister entertainment-related organizations with the purpose to support the film industry in regard to indie films and all those who are part of them. The founder and executive producer is Eric Raddatz." - TGIM

Eric, what was different tonight than any other night at TGIM?

"Tonight was our final 2014 TGIM meeting. We celebrated with a few of the last indie films, plus giveaways and TGIMMYS (trophies)!"

Were there any particular films shown?

"We did a 'replay,' so to speak, of our favorite film or movie moments of the season."

Were there judges on board?

"Yes, we had FOX 4 Now's Julian Glover, Artist Leoma Lovegrove, Executive Director of Florida Professionals Association Thomas Conwell."

Who were the evening's hosts?

"Myself and co-host Melissa DeHaven were the hosts tonight.

We gave away two pairs of tickets to our 2014 opening night gala at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall that begins March 19. The Sundance award-winning film "Alive Inside: A Story of Music & Memory" will be featured at the gala premiere."

Thank you Eric Raddatz for sharing about this season's final TGIM and also about the upcoming FMff. Everyone must be looking forward to the film festival March 19-23, 2014.

One can follow TGIM and FMff at Twitter, on Facebook, FMff website, Videos and Photos (plus see slideshow). More about the TGIMmy and its winners.

Enjoy above video on "Forest Whitaker at Film Fest."

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