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Official Films for 2014 Sunscreen Film Festival West

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We're delighted to announce the selections for the second-annual Sunscreen Film Festival West in Los Angeles from Oct. 10 through Oct. 12. Opening night will feature the inspirational film "Hoovey" starring Patrick Warburton and Lauren Holly and directed by Sean McNamara ("Soul Surfer").

The other selections include 10 documentary features, seven narrative features and more than 90 shorts including animation, documentaries, narratives and experimental shorts or music videos. Congratulations to all these filmmakers! 

Read on for the full list.

Documentary Film Camp with Clearwater Marine Aquarium & Winter the Dolphin

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We're partnering with the Clearwater Marine Aquarium for our second-annual film camp starting Oct. 18. What could be more fun than combining young filmmakers, dolphins, sea turtles, otters, marine science and movies?

To sign up and learn more, click here. 

2015 Sunscreen Film Festival's Latin American Film Curator

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We're pleased to announce that Feathered Serpent Gallery director Linda Friedman Ramirez will serve as the Latin American film curator for the 2015 Sunscreen Film Festival.

The gallery at 1018 Central Ave., St. Petersburg, was a co-sponsor of Sunscreen's first Latin American film track in 2013. It also sells Latin American fine art and is the venue of many cultural events. In addition to her work at the gallery, Ms. Ramirez is an attorney and served as a consulting attorney to the Mexican consulate in Portland, Ore. She is a former president of the Arts Association St. Petersburg and the editor of Viva!, a blog about Latin American art.