Waterfront Film Festival, a staple of film-arts in West Michigan since 1999, recently announced the opening of its new screening and event venue in Holland. Their new headquarters/theatre/workshop, is on Columbia Avenue, near downtown Holland. They are introducing their new facility with a Grand Ope…
Film took on a new role at ArtPrize this year with its first annual film competition ArtPrize OnScreen: Presented by Waterfront Film Festival. The winners of ArtPrize OnScreen were announced Friday night. Learn more about the winners and view the trailers.
‘T-Rex', the story of Flint-native and Olympic Gold Medalist Claressa “T-Rex” Shields will play for free on Saturday, October 3 at ArtPrize Seven. Seats will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis at Michigan House at 40 Pearl Street NW.
Exported From Michigan is one of five films in the documentary category at ArtPrize OnScreen: Presented by Waterfront Film Festival, ArtPrize's new film competition. Exported From Michigan shares Michigan's recent economic struggles and rebound. The film also offers a vision on what it…
Earlier this month, Waterfront Film Festival and ArtPrize announced, ArtPrize OnScreen: Presented by Waterfront Film Festival, a new collaboration which will bring the first ever film competition to ArtPrize in Grand Rapids. Today, the films for this fall's competition were announced.
It's brand new this year. It's ArtPrize OnScreen: Presented by Waterfront Film Festival, that will replace this year’s annual summer lakeshore event, for one year, in favor of its first ever film competition to be held during ArtPrize in September here in Grand Rapids.
ArtPrize and Waterfront Film Festival have both enjoyed tremendous success in West Michigan, gaining international exposure along the way. This fall, Waterfront Film Festival is set to launch the first ever film competition at ArtPrize in Grand Rapids.
In 2013, Waterfront Film Festival moved from Saugatuck for the first time. The festival was held in South Haven. The move was successful and Waterfront Film Festival will return to South Haven in 2014.
A Michigan summertime tradition is just around the corner...at a new location. The 2013 Waterfront Film Festival moves to South Haven this year, after 14 years in Saugatuck. Films and ticket information were announced this morning.
The Waterfront Film Festival has taken place in Saugatuck for 14 years. Over that time, the Waterfront Film Festival has been very successful. Saugatuck has been a great host city, but now the Waterfront Film Festival is considering leaving Saugatuck. Some Saugatuck residents and city officials fee…