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SPIRIT OF THE EVERGLADES
AWARD WINNING SCREENPLAY 

The tender allure of a Love Story. The animated feature attraction of a Finding Nemo; plus the heart tugging sensation of an Old Yeller− Felis and Paseo, two Florida panthers battle to survive the dangers of the Everglades and the greedy clutches of man. 

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Presented by Elizabeth English- President of Moondance International Film Festival

AWARD CEREMONY

 2011 MOONDANCE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

  WINNER  FEATURE SCREENPLAY

   CALYPSO   AWARD 

This award is to encourage a spirit of enterprise in saving the environment, habitats and wildlife by creative individuals from around the world. The award is presented to the person who expands knowledge of our world, seeks to improve our quality of all life on the planet, and contributes to the betterment of humankind. 

 

   
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2013 WORLD SERIES OF SCREENWRITING

OFFICIAL FINALIST

                                                     Official Finalists were selected for standout work that was well received by the judges.

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KID'S FIRST FILM FESTIVAL

ALL-STAR RATING

NOMINATED FOR BEST OF FEST 2012

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FINALIST 2012

FAMILY/ADVENTURE 

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2013 SCREENPLAY FESTIVAL

        SEMI-FINALIST

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2013 NEW YORK SCREENPLAY CONTEST

OFFICIAL FINALIST

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GASPARILLA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

TOP 10 FINALIST


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2013 NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (WALES, UK)

FINALIST



Florida Panther
(Puma concolor coryi)

The Florida Panther is Florida's state animal. It is estimated that only 80 Florida Panthers remain in the wild. The Florida Panther was placed on the endangered species list in 1967. About 30 to 35 juvenile and adult Florida Panthers wear radio collars as part of the Florida Panther Recovery Program.

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