Itu's Bones Accepted for the Blue Ocean Film Festival

April 19, 2012 1 min read

Great news tonight, Itu's Bones has been accepted into the 2012 Blue Ocean Film Festival.

http://www.blueoceanfilmfestival.org/

We've entered Itu's Bones in the "People and the Sea" category. We've gone through the first round and will find out if we're a finalist later this month. Fingers crossed.

If you've not seen it yet - here's the trailer http://youtu.be/Er7g-8Cib1k

 

 

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