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Great White Shark Wins Multiple Awards at Blue Ocean Film Festival


Written by: Giant Screen Films
Date: November 26, 2014

The film won both the "Marine Life" and "Special Jury Recognition for 3D" categories.


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Evanston, IL (November 26, 2014) – Giant Screen Films is pleased to announce that Great White Shark took home multiple awards at this month’s Blue Ocean Film Festival in St. Petersburg, Florida. Great White Shark, the latest collaboration between GSF, Yes/No Productions and Liquid Pictures, won both the “Marine Life” and “Special Jury Recognition for 3D” categories.

“It’s an honor to receive such high acclaim from Blue,” said Luke Cresswell, director of Great White Shark. “Having attended the festival, it was fun to see such a positive audience response to the film. We screened the film multiple times and it’s great to know the film was loved by audiences and judges alike.”

Great White Shark is available in all 2D and 3D formats, with 20 and 40 minute versions. For more information, please contact your Giant Screen Films representative.

About Giant Screen Films
Since 1997, GSF has established itself as a pioneer in the large-format industry, producing and distributing films that push the boundaries of the medium. Through the magic of immersive sight and sound technologies, GSF’s productions challenge the imaginations of children and adults, offering an inspiring perspective on the world and an unforgettable theater experience. Meaningful educational collaborations and partnerships extend each film’s impact far beyond the theater. The company is recognized as one of the world’s leading and most active large-format producers and is based in Evanston, Illinois. For additional information, visit

About Blue Ocean Film Festival
Blue Ocean Film Festival is an international non-profit organization that uses the power of film, visual arts, entertainment, and science to inspire ocean stewardship around the world. The annual festival has become the premier watering hole for scientist, filmmakers, explorers, artists, government leaders, celebrities and ocean enterprises, providing a springboard for individual empowerment and policy action to help save Earth's blue life support system.

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