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2023 SCREENING & EVENTS SCHEDULE

Presented by Treasure Coast International Film Society, Inc.

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THE HISTORIC 111 ORANGE BUILDING

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FILM, MUSIC, & ART FESTIVAL

The Annual, Culminating 5-Day Celebration of the
Cinematic, Performance & Visual Arts

October 11- 15, 2023

For Filmmakers & Audiences, Everywhere

A TREASURED EXPERIENCE

The Treasure Coast International Film, Music, & Art Festival is our largest event, celebrating 17 years on the world-famous Treasure Coast of Florida! 

 

Hosted at various venues, our festival attracts local and international filmmakers and audiences, showcasing 60+ independent and foreign films with artistic importance and significant cultural impact.

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OPENING NIGHT FILM & RECEPTION
Wednesday, Oct 11th
At The

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COURT HOUSE CULTURAL CENTER
 

 

Screening Studio
80 SE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL 34994

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DOORS OPEN AT 6 PM






SCREENING SCHEDULE

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PORT ST. LUCIE 14


1900 NW Courtyard Circle, Port St. Lucie,
FL 34986

THURSDAY

  12:00 PM                                                                  Thursday the 12th
Misunderstanding


 2:00 PM   
Counter Histories: Rock Hill
The Golden Ones
      
 
4:00 PM 
Plea
Acerbity                                                     

 6:00 PM
Apples, Oranges, Lemons & Limes 
Friend Draft
 
                                     
8:00 PM
 
Story of Titan: No Man Left Behind

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THE HISTORIC 111 ORANGE BUILDING
111 Orange Ave, Fort Pierce, FL 34950

FRIDAY

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2539 S US Hwy 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34982

THURSDAY

 3:30 PM 
La Línea (At The Border)
Your Choice
I'd Like To
Love In Colors
Control
The Graveyard Medium
Hollow
The Time Traveling Beach Bum 

5:30 PM

A Father"s Story
Love Don't Bully
Last Option


7:30 PM
Ghosts of the Void
Divine Mother

Should've Called It

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THE HISTORIC 111 ORANGE BUILDING
111 Orange Ave, Fort Pierce, FL 34950

SATURDAY

11:00 AM
The BlackeOut Project
Vax
Dean's List
Noman
Student Bodies
11:34
Linda & Harvey: A Knives' Tale

1:00 PM
The Town That Time Forgot
Could You Spell That
The Last Burrito
Loose Ends

Glimmer
The wall 
Undestiny

Sensative
G.VN - Industry Standard  

3:00 PM
Hitchcock:
Hollywood’s Shakespeare
“Inside and Out”



4:30 PM
SUFFRAGE (Closing Night Film)
Nap-time, Dearie

SATURDAY


TRADITION SQUARE
10799 SW Civic Ln, Port St. Lucie, FL 34987

FREE CONCERT AT

'70s BATTLE OF THE AGES
TCIFAM is celebrating The '70's and The era's evolution of film, style and music.

We're excited to announce that this year's outdoor event will feature "A Battle of

 The Ages: ROCK -VS- DISCO!", a Celebration of the '70s and it's influence in style and music. This event offers an opportunity to celebrate how far we've come as we reflect on how far we've yet to go.

 

This event promises to be fun for the entire family, featuring special musical guests

 

 

THE PURE ZEPELLIN EXPERIENCE!

at 3 PM

 

THE ORIGINAL STUDIO 54 BAND!

at 6 PM 

 

Event Starts

at 2 PM.

MAP TO VENUES

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-VS-

DISCO

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WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS 

SATURDAY

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11 Orange Ave, Fort Pierce, FL 34950

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3:00PM

Hitchcock: Hollywood’s Shakespeare
“Inside and Out”






 
 
 
 
 
 
 














From EMMY AWARD Winning
F i l m m a k e r | W r i t e r | S p e a k e r,
Fr3dR1cK Taylor,
comes a compelling
dissection of Hitchcock's influence
on this powerful storytelling medium
we call filmmaking and how today's Directors
and Filmmakers can learn from
the Master of the Macabre. 


Admission is free and space is limited so get there early. 

A five part look into the life, mystery and work of arguably the greatest filmmaker that ever lived in Hollywood history. The talk is approximately 30 mins. with a Q&A talk-back at the end. 

One could say, if the British lost theRevolutionary War then Alfred Hitchcock was its big payback. The career of filmmaker AlfredHitchcock spanned 50 years and the entire history of modern filmmaking. From the silent era to the explosion of Steven Spielberg, Hitchcock 
influenced it all.

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SUNDAY

SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS at

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Residence inn

1920 SW Fountainview Blvd, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

10:00 AM
BEST COMMUNICATION IN A FILM SET:

 Every film production has its challenges in dealing with the many personalities that come together with the goal of creating a great film, and managing them can be challenging.  Renown and Nationally recognized Psychotherapist (FL #MH6058), Corporate Consultant, Workshop Leader, Producer of 8 short films, and Award-winning filmmaker, Dr. Linnda Durré  shares her psychological communication techniques to manage issues with crew, actors, directors, producers, backers, distributors & investors.

Admission is free and space is limited so arrive  early. 

 


11:00 AM
PRODUCING YOUR FIRST FEATURE FILM:

Veteran writer and filmmaker, Frank Eberling's second feature film, TURKLES, recently concluded a multi-year run on AMAZON and NETFLIX. To make it, he was able to enlist five producers, a volunteer crew of twenty, a cast of forty, and an additional two hundred volunteers working as extras, parental supervision, etc. Choosing the APPROPRIATE SCRIPT. Content, scale, scope,                  audience, local appeal and putting together  the LEGAL TEAM is paramount to producing your first feature film. Mr. Eberling will discuss what it takes Putting together the CREATIVE TEAM that will make your vision happen.

Admission is free and space is limited so arrive early. 

12:30 PM

THE ACTING PROFESSION:

Becoming a successful actor is a serious business. Today, you must gain a clear understanding of the craft and avoid the many pitfalls that happen to young or inexperienced talent. 

 

Award winning legendary Casting Director, ELLEN JACOBY will be heading a workshop on what it takes to compete in today's entertainment industry. Ellen has helped over 300,000 actors get work and will share her insight on what a casting director is looking for when casting for a role as well as tips on how to improve your performance.

 Admission is free and space is limited so arrive  early. 



2:00 PM
THE ART OF SCREENWRITING:

Movies that fail, despite big budgets and star power, often do so because they lack one or more of the essential elements of storytelling.  In this fun and fast moving seminar, Screenwriter Michael Chasin will examine each of those essential elements and will share techniques to embed them into your screenplay.  

 

Michael is a South Florida based award winning screenwriter, screenplay consultant, and is the Screenwriting Instructor for the CSB Media Arts Center's five East Coast campuses.

Admission is free and space is limited so arrive  early. 

 

 


3:00 PM

FILMMAKERS FORUM:
A roundtable discussion on what challenges independent

filmmakers are facing today. All filmmakers are welcome to participate.

Admission is free and space is limited so get there early. 

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SUNDAY


Awards Gala 


 951 SW Country Club Dr, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

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Dinner & Awards Show

Sunday, October 15 at 6:00 PM

(Doors Open at 5 PM)

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PRESENTED IN PARNERSHIP WITH

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