Early Films Accepted for the 2013 SouthSide Film Festival

For Immediate Release
Contact: Pattie Giordani, pattieg1@ptd.net

Early Films Accepted for the 2013 SouthSide Film Festival

The SouthSide Film Institute has announced some of the films to be shown at this year’s Festival, Tuesday, June 11, through Saturday, June 15, 2013, at various locations in SouthSide Bethlehem, Pa.

A locally made short documentary by directors Steve Abruzzese and Jennifer Suwak, “Pulling Teeth,” looks at the work and philosophy of equestrian dentist John Baker, whose communication with horses and ability to bond with them make him unique in his field

“Mama Don’t Like No Guitar Pickers ‘Round Here” is a feature documentary from The Netherlands about the cast of characters who frequent a guitar store in Amsterdam. The director and one of the characters from the film are expected to attend the festival.

A feature documentary from Germany, “More Than Honey,” takes an in-depth look at honeybee colonies in California, Switzerland, China, and Australia

“Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation,” is a feature documentary from the United States that explores the history of the folk music movement and its epicenter, Greenwich Village.


About the SouthSide Film Festival: The SouthSide Film Festival is an annual five-day event featuring international films, guest filmmakers, juried selections, locally produced films, seminars, and networking opportunities for filmmakers and fans of independent film. The SouthSide Film Festival is a program of The SouthSide Film Institute, a not-for-profit volunteer-run organization promoting the art of the independent filmmaker. www.ssff.org