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DocMiami Brings the World Back to Doral for Culture & Concerts
Doc Miami 2011, www.docmiami.org , the international documentary film festival competition and concert series announced the initial films to be selected by the judges panel for the upcoming event.
The Boneville Boys narrated by Patrick Dempsey is about the unsung hero and self-made man, David Abbott Jenkins, who, set out to single-handedly break every existing land speed record on his beloved Bonneville Salt Flats of Utah.
Bob Marley: The Making of a Legend Based on footage shot in the early seventies and lost for more than thirty years, Esther Anderson’s film takes us on a journey to the Caribbean islands, to Jamaica and into 56 Hope Road, Kingston, to see and hear the young Bob Marley before he was famous.
In other developments:
• Program ads can be purchased online.
• Awards Gala tickets including: Awards Ceremony, Dinner, Dancing and Concert performances by Tito Puente, Jr., Javier Batiz “The Godfather of Mexican Rhythm and Blues” Kiki Sanchez and more…$80 online.
• There are Special discounts for students with ID, Facebook fans & Doral Business Council
members with special discount codes on the website. Concert tickets are $15.00 Film Tickets to attend the
event ar $5.00 and can be bought online and some films can be seen for free. See the website for details.
About Doc Miami
DocMiami, a Non-profit 501C3 organization, is organizing and promoting an international documentary film festival competition and concert series this September in Doral/Florida. Supported by the Arts and Culture Committee of Doral, this event is partially funded by the City of Doral. A portion of the proceeds from the various events go to support two important causes- Finding a Cure for Cancer through The American Cancer Society-Relay for Life and the building of schools in Africa through www.brickbybrickfortanzania.org. Throughout the year, DocMiami also hosts several documentary screenings throughout South Florida and is responsible for launching a new "Save the Arts in Public Schools" EDUCATION initiative through a national film competition which is offered for FREE for students in grades 6-12.
Sponsors receive over a full year of exposure of their contribution to these causes by their inclusion in our website, our public relations , social media and press events scheduled to take place before, during and after the actual festival in Sept 22-25 at Millenia Atlantic University and the Doral Golf Resort and Spa. Currently, sponsors on our website can be viewed in our links to over 4 million local, regional , national and international websites. Last year, by the time of the festival the docmiami international documentary film festival was shown on over 80 million websites worldwide.
Sponsorships range from 1k to 25k per sponsor. Please feel free to visit our website at http://docmiami.org or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305.989.4815.
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Our organization is dedicated to promoting the best that documentary film making has to offer worldwide.
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