We are thrilled to share that in Grey’s first international film festival, he was nominated for Best Student Director for his thesis film “Songs from the Deep”. While the film will not be one of the films screening at the festival, it will be recognized as an international nominee and potentially a winner.
Songs from the Deep will be available for viewing on Vimeo On Demand as part of a series of films that make up New York Lift-Off Online Film Festival 2019 from Sunday 23rd June (BST), and it will be live until the weekend - ending late on Sunday night.
This is Grey’s second film with the New York Lift-Off Online Film Festival with Jamie’s Girl closing its festival run as a part of this festival last year.
Southeast EMMY® Student Production Awards
The Southeast EMMY® Chapter, of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, is proud to present the Student Production Awards. These awards encourage the pursuit of excellence in news and entertainment media production by high school and college students in the Southeast. Some of the categories awarded: Newscast, Arts & Entertainment, Music Video, Long Form Fiction/Non-Fiction, Sports, Public Service, Commercial, Animation/Graphics, Audio/Sound, Director, Editor, Photographer, Talent, Writing and Video Essay.
The Maine Student Film Festival is a celebration of student film and video. Each year, the festival selects 20 to 25 films from around the world to be screened at a creative venue in Maine. This year, the Gracie Theater will host the festival on May 24th, along with industry discussions, creator breakout sessions, and an end-of-night awards show highlighting the best that student film has to offer.
We are thrilled to announce that Songs from the Deep will be making its Carolina premiere at the 14th Myrtle Beach International Film Festival. The festival will take place from April 23rd-27th 2019 at The Grand 14 Theatre, The Market Common, in Myrtle Beach, SC.
SHARP is a semi-finalist for the Utah Film Festival and Awards. It received a Top 10% score of all this year’s submissions. The festival takes place over Friday and Saturday April 5th and 6th with the award ceremony on April 6th at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo Utah.
The 14th Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival will be held on January 23-30, 2019, at venues in and around Lafayette, Louisiana. Songs from the Deep will be making its debut in French Louisiana alongside nearly 200 films from across the United States and around the world along with expert panel discussions, filmmaker Q&A's and nightly parties with live local music.
NewFilmmakers is a unique Screening Series now in its twentieth year that gives new filmmakers the opportunity to screen their films in New York, Los Angeles, and Online.
On Wednesday, December 5th, YoungFilmmakers & NewFilmmakers presents Songs from the Deep in the third Shorts Program beginning at 8pm.
NewFilmmakers is New York’s longest running and most popular screening series.
“Songs from the Deep” will be screening in the 7:00pm Short Film block.
The NewFilmmakers Screening Series selects films and videos often overlooked by traditional film festivals. NewFilmmakers NY screens every week and sometimes more at Anthology Film Archives and usually has its Documentary Series at 6:00, Short Film Program at 7:00, and Feature Presentations at 8:00. The NewFilmmakers Series began in 1998 and over the past eighteen teen years has screened over 800 feature and 2,500 short films.
NewFilmmakers screens weekly in New York at Anthology Film Archives. NewFilmmakers is sponsored by Barney Oldfield Management, Angelika Entertainment, Prophet Pictures, SXM, and H2O Distribution. NewFilmmakers has large audiences for most of our screenings and we have the most popular festival website in New York City (see the sidebar Alexa rating).
For the 4th year in a row, Grey will be attending the SCAD Savannah Film Festival in beautiful historic downtown Savannah. Here, he will explore the incredible lineup of Documentary and Narrative Films, and Filmmaker Panels to network and learn from Oscar hopefuls.
The Savannah College of Art & Design will be hosting Grey Gowder and his thesis film Songs from the Deep as part of its Grad Salon series where Graduate Students who have recently finished or are still working on their Thesis projects are able to present them to their peers and professors.
The Grad Salon will take place at SCAD’s Pei Ling Chan Gallery amphitheater on Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard in downtown Savannah.
Grey is excited to return to SCAD as an active alumni to share this film that was made by SCAD students and alumni, starring a SCAD professor, and shot with SCAD equipment. This film represents what students at SCAD can do if they take advantage of all of the resources we are capable of bringing to bear.
The event is open to SCAD students and faculty and will be a great opportunity to see what is being made by the talented young people at this school.
“Sharp” is going to the Georgia Documentary Film Festival!
The Georgia Documentary Film Festival is a theatrical screening event in Atlanta, Georgia. Their mission is to screen independently produced documentary films from around the world at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema every year.
“Sharp” will be one of 19 films shown this year and will be followed by a brief Q&A.
Southern Shorts Awards is a seasonal competition in which each entry is judged on its’ own merits.
“Songs from the Deep” has been selected to screen in the Made In Georgia block of the Summer 2018 Showcase on October 13th.
The film will be screening at 1:30pm at The Aurora Cineplex in Roswell, Georgia. The film is also nominated for Best of “Made In Georgia”. The awards ceremony will take place at the end of the festival that evening.