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For Immediate Release
Hilton Head, SC, USA: Jean F Guilleux, Arkhaios Film Festival founder and director is pleased to announce the Selection Committee has screened all the registered films. The twelve members of the Committee were challenged to choose the best 17 from over 45 films from around the globe.
Dr. Kim Cavanagh, professor of anthropology at USC Gateway, chair of the Selection Committee, says, " For those who have attended over the last several years, they expect a standard of excellence. It is a huge responsibility to make this selection but I think our committee has done an outstanding job."
Here is the Arkhaios 2015 Official Selection (in alphabetical order):
Amerindian Fingerprint, Director Pierre Nicolas Durand (France/Antilles)
Chavin de Huantar. The Theater of the World Beyond, Director José Manuel Novoa (Spain/Peru)
Cotton Road, Director Laura Kissel (USA/China)
**Down on Bull Street, Director Lynn Cornfoot (USA)
Kingdom of Salt: 7000 years of Hallstatt, Director Domingo Rodes (Spain/Austria)
Lightning Strikes Twice, Director Stephani Gordon (USA)
Mapping Kosciuszko’s Tunnel, Director William Ira Richardson (USA)
Monique Peytral: Painting Lascaux, Painting Life, Director Constance Ryder (France)
Mysterious Stones of Hakkari, Director Bahriye Kabadayi Dal (Turkey)
On the Trail of the Far Fur Country, Director Kevin Nikkel (Canada)
Roman Engineering: Aqueducts, Director José Antonio Muniz (Spain/France)
Saving Mes Aynak, Director Brent E. Huffman (USA/Afghanistan)
**Sea Island Secrets: A Journey Through Time, Director R. Gibbes McDowell (USA)
**Square Holes, Digging the Kolb Site, Director William C. Judge (USA)
**The Inevitable Evolution of Fort Frederick, Director and Producer : Jamie and Christi Koelker (USA)
**Fort Frederick Archaeology, Director and Producer Jamie and Christi Koelker (USA)The X-Ray Time Machine, Director Martin Freeth (UK/Greece)
For Immediate Release
Hilton Head Island, SC, USA: 2015 Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival is partnering with The Beach House Hilton Head Island to serve as the official host Hotel.
The Beach House, Hilton Head Island is nestled in the sand on Coligny Beach just a 10 minute stroll from Coligny Theater where the Film Festival takes place. The newly enhanced Beach House welcomes guests with its casual beach charm and offers an authentic beach experience. Enjoy pool side inside or outside dining at the Island’s newest culinary star "The Porch Southern Kitchen & Bar" or kick back beachside to live entertainment each day at the legendary barefoot beach bar, The Tiki Hut.
The Arkhaios rate negotiated is $109.00 per night for stays October 22, 23, and 24. The block code for the group rate is AFF.
To make a reservation, just click the booking link below and you will be directed to your group booking page. The group code AFF is already auto populated on the link.
Or you may choose to call 866-975-1860. Please call early and mention Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival, make sure to reference the group code AFF..