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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES
BONNIE BRUCKHEIMER
FOR FESTIVAL AWARD 2006
RECIPIENT

Int’l Student Film Festival Award Reception on November 1, 2006
at 7:00pm at the Beverly Garland's Holiday Inn in North Hollywood

BONNIE BRUCKHEIMER has been a film producer for many years, having produced such films as "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood", starring Sandra Bullock, Ellen Burstyn, James Garner, Ashley Judd, and Maggie Smith.  She formed All Girl Productions, with partner, Bette Midler, in 1985 and made her debut as a film producer on "Beaches," having served previously as associate producer on "Big Business," the hit comedy that starred Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin.

Bruckheimer producer the hit comedy "Man of the House" as well as "For the Boys" starring Midler and James Caan for Twentieth Century Fox, as well as the romantic feature comedy "That Old Feeling."  She served as co-producer on "Hocus Pocus."

Bruckheimer served as executive producer on the Bette Midler HBO concert film "Diva Las Vegas" which earned ten Emmy nominations and won three Emmy awards, including "Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special." She was also executive producer on the highly rated CBS special television production of "Gypsy" starring Bette Midler, which won both Emmy and Cable Ace Awards. She also served as Executive Producer on the ill-fated “Bette” sitcom, after which All Girl closed it’s doors.

 Bruckheimer is the proud mother of an 19 year old son and a
14 year old daughter, and is currently residing in development hell.

About International Student Film Festival

After years of work in film and theater and passionate about the opportunity to offer student filmmakers well-deserved recognition for their talents, entertainment industry veteran
Robin Saban
founded the festival focused solely on students in September of 2003.

The International Student Film Festival Hollywood, a non-profit 501 (C) 3, offers student filmmakers from all over the world a unique opportunity to gain the recognition of film industry leaders, create career development opportunities in their home countries and the U.S., and celebrate new artistic discoveries from all over the world. By offering a forum for international student filmmakers to showcase their films, the ISFFH seeks to bring worldwide attention to student filmmaking talent and artistic vision as the “international liaison” bringing together promising creative talent form all corners of the earth.

Participants must be registered in junior high or high school, community college, university, graduate or private film schools. Students compete with their peers (i.e. high school students will only compete with other high school students), is open to students of all ages and academic backgrounds. Non-student films will not be accepted.

Student films will be showcased either through their video and/or film presentations. English subtitles are required for foreign films or videos not produced in English.

The International Student Film Festival Hollywood is hosted and sponsored by the North Hollywood Art District, one of the fastest growing and developing areas of Los Angeles County. The Academy of Television Arts and Science recently selected the district for its headquarters. Over thirty independent theatres and numerous art galleries and independent museums permeate throughout the developing cultural district. NOHO Arts District is moving towards becoming the sister district of SOHO Arts District in New York.


 
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