Annapolis Film Festival 2015 poster unveiled!
TaaDaah! This years #AnnapolisFilmFestival official poster by Joe Barsin of CitizenPride.com. Joe has volunteered for the #FilmFestival since its inception in 2013. This is his third poster for the Annapolis Film Festival.
Says Festival Creative Director, Patti White: “Joe has come up with an entertaining and new view of our City and its relationship to the festival. He has incorporated our history, proximity to water, and our sense of fun that says a lot about who we are and where we come from. We have a sophisticated audience who also like old-fashioned fun and entertainment and we know they are going to love this new image.”[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="600.0"] Circa 1898, Gunboat[/caption]
The featured Navy ship, based on the real U.S.S. Annapolis (PG-10/IX-1), is shown on Ego Alley at City Dock. Annapolis landmarks such as the Kunte Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial, and the ever-present ducks, will be recognized by locals.
Joe was inspired by the transformation currently being experienced by the film industry with a mix of mediums, venues and viewing devices. To illustrate this concept he has referenced a time in history when sailing ships were being replaced by steam power. Today, this is known as Steampunk. Joe’s illustration work has been recognized in prestigious publications like Print magazine, AIGA Design Inductee and Adobe Illustrator Bible among others.
The 2015 Annapolis Film Festival will be held Thursday, March 26 to Sunday, March 29 in a variety of locations including Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, St. John’s College, St. Anne’s Parish Hall, O’Callaghan’s Hotel and Annapolis Elementary School. Festival passes are $95 until February 28th. For more information, please visit www.annapolisfilmfestival.com