If you're looking for some good news, you can always count on the I See You Awards® to deliver!
Two I See You Awards®-nominated projects were featured on WWJ Newsradio 950 recently. The first is the documentary "What Happened to Henry," from indie filmmaker Andrew Acciaioli, a graduate of the Film and Media Production program at Michigan State University.
Also, in celebration of International Beer Day on Friday, August 7, 2020, WWJ spoke live with David Sabbath, writer, director and host of the web series "Generation Hops."
To find out more, check out our Media page for all the details!
To see the rest of the independent films that will be featured during this year's I See You Awards®, click here to visit our blog. You can also click here to see the lineup and to purchase tickets to watch all of the films, which will be streamed online this year due to the coronavirus. Our virtual film festival will run for seven days, August 20-27, so you'll have plenty of time to watch as many films as you'd like! No matter how many movies you watch, we thank you for supporting indie film!
The 4th Annual I See You Awards® are sponsored by the Michigan Film & Digital Media Office, Emagine Entertainment, Final Draft, Paramount, and WWJ Newsradio 950, with additional partners Randazzo Formal Wear, The Lee Group, ES Communications Agency and Casey Sign Company.