Early List of Confirmed Attendees
MARCO ISLAND, FL (April 1, 2004) Save the dates and join the best in daytime television as soap stars return to Marco Island to renew old friendships and raise money for the Marco Island Film Festival’s Young Filmmaker Program. On May 15-16, 2004 stars from All My Children, As the World Turns and Guiding Light will mingle with Southwest Florida residents and visitors during three days of boat cruises, parties, golf, and fun – fun – fun.
Past celebrity guests include: Robert Newman, Frank Dicopolous, Jordi Vilasuso,
Anthony Addabbo, Brittany Snow, George Alvarez, Hayden Panettier, Jordan Clark, Justin Deas, Laura Bell Bundy, Peyton List, Liz Keifer, Marj Dusay, Mark Pinter, Colleen Zenk-Pinter, Mark Dobies, Maureen Garrett, Michael Park, Nancy St. Albin, Susan Pratt, Terell Tilford, Victoria Platt, Vincent Irizarry, Wesley Ramsey, Beth Chamberlin, Jon & Kelley Hensely, Ricky Paull Goldin, Matt Bomer, Scott Holroyd, Bailey Chase, Aubrey Dollar, Paul Anthony Stewart, Crystal Hunt, Jessica Dunphy, and Beth Ehlers.
The event kicks off on Saturday, May 15th at 11:00 am with our popular “Brunch in Springfield.” This years event will be held at the “new” Marriott Hotel on Marco Island and will feature photo opportunities with such Springfield and Oakdale residents as: Reva Shayne, Beth Raines, Frank Cooper, C. Blake Thorpe Marler, Gus Aitoro, Emily Munson, Holden Snyder and Dr. Chris Hughes. Celebrity guests from today’s hottest daytime shows “Guiding Light” and “As the World Turns” will be available for autograph signing, photos, Q &A, auctions, trivia contest, and our festival favorite “April Fool” script reading. This event sells out fast so get your tickets early. Tickets are $65 per person.
The fun continues later that night as we hop aboard the beautiful Marco Island Princess for an evening “Cruise with the Stars” at 9:00 pm. Rub elbows with daytime’s best on this two-hour cruise under the stars. Cruise tickets are limited at $50 per person.
Then on Sunday, May 16th, it’s off to the golf course for our Celebrity Golf Tournament that features a host of daytime’s best golfers as they team up with local residents and visitors in a scramble format tournament with an 8:30 am shotgun start. Golfers will enjoy a continental breakfast, 18-holes of golf, followed by a luncheon and awards ceremony. The cost for golf is $150. Celebrity Caddy/Driver tickets will be available to non-golfers at $125. It allows you to escort and drive the cart for the celebrity of your choice (on a first come-first serve basis) while participating in the other festivities surrounding the day of golf. Spectators can purchase tickets for $40 per person. All golf tickets include lunch.
Additionally scheduled for non-golfers on Sunday is a VIP private yacht Champagne “Dolphin Watch” and Island Tour. Join two of soaps hunkiest as we hold them captive aboard the Ramblin Rose on Sunday morning. This VIP tour departs at 10:30 am and includes food and beverages and lots of sun. Tickets are limited at a cost of $100.
Additional events and growing guests list will be posted on our website at
www.marcoislandfilmfest.com as they are confirmed. This star-studded weekend is a fan favorite so don’t miss out. Currently scheduled to appear are:
George Alvarez (Father Ray Santos on Guiding Light)
Beth Chamberlin (Beth Raines on Guiding Light)
Bailey Chase (Chris Hughes on As The World Turns)
Crystal Chappell (Olivia Spaulding on Guiding Light)
Justin Deas (Buzz Cooper on Guiding Light)
Aubrey Dollar (ex-Marina Cooper on Guiding Light)
Marj Dusay (Alexandra Spaulding on Guiding Light)
Beth Ehlers (Harley Davidson Cooper on Guiding Light)
Ricky Paull Goldin (Gus Aitoro on Guiding Light)
Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward on All My Children)
Elizabeth Keifer (C. Blake Thorpe Marler on Guiding Light)
Mark Pinter (Brad Green on Guiding Light)
Colleen Zenk-Pinter (Barbara Ryan on As The World Turns)
Laura Wright (Cassie Winslow on Guiding Light)
Kim Zimmer (Reva Shayne Lewis on Guiding Light)
And the list continues to grow. The Marco Island Film Festival takes place November 3-8 encompassing all aspects of film production, recognizing and honoring independent filmmakers and student cinematography from around the world. The Festival, in its eighth year and is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Tickets range from $40 - $150 for events. For more information on the fundraising events or sponsorship call (239) 642-3378 or visit the website at www.marcoislandfilmfest.com.
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