MIAMI, Nov. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Creators of the award winning international film, Planet X The Frozen Moon aka Planeta Desconocido, create another sensation with the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival at the Hyatt Regency in Miami.
On January 17-19, 2014 these award winning film makers bring the world of fantastic film to the beautiful Hyatt Regency in downtown Miami. Troy P. Bernier, Eric Swain and Edward Figueroa have created this exciting film extravaganza to expand the international science fiction film market and increase revenue to the Miami film community and surrounding businesses.
"We wanted to bring the world of Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Horror and Anime to unlock the vast market of this genre to Miami," says film maker Troy P. Bernier. "We wanted to give back to the community and all areas of the world to showcase many talented film makers in this expanding market of fantastic film."
We also include a section to celebrate science and innovation via the micro-doc, a short film with an innovative scientific nature to it. After all, imagination inspires innovation. From scientific research about the everglades to computer coding to the technological achievements advancing society we are interested in communicating this to the public.
The festival has already received numerous outstanding films worldwide in the categories of shorts, features and animation and they continue to grow with a strong team of seasoned advisors from the film and science communities.
Submit your film to the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival at http://bit.ly/1aartjV. Visit the website at www.miscifi.com and find out how you can be part of this unique and engaging festival.
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CONTACT: Troy Bernier, 323-909-2795, 954-834-3220, email@example.com
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