Pride of the Ocean Goes International

Pride of the Ocean continues to expand its focus beyond the shores of the United States and will be showcasing a series of films from around the world on its Western Caribbean cruise sailing from Miami to Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Ocho Rios, and Labadee on March 14-21, 2014.

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Arnaud Lalanne, a native of France, in his film “La Princesse de Lamour Damour” asks, “Can a princess fall in love with a prince and a princess?”PrincessHeathDaniels_175x175flag-usa-XLA man summons men from around the world in, “International Male” from Heath Daniels.HeathDaniels_InternationalMale_640x360flag-sweden-XLCarolineDrab_175x175Caroline Drab, from Sweden, brings us Hundvakten/The Dogwalker, about a man who shares memories with his neighbor’s dog of failed relationships and questions what life might have beenCarolineDrab-TheDogwalker_640x360DavidFardmar_175x175flag-sweden-XL

Swede, David Färdmar is developing a feature film based on his short film, “My Name is Love”, where Love and Sebastian meet each other by coincidence on a summer night in Sweden.DavidFardmar-MyNameIsLove_640x360flag-china-XLStevenLiangSet in his native Taiwan, Steven Liang’s latest film, “Coming Home” follows a well-behaved high-schooler who takes a road trip down a dangerous path with his rebellious, foreign boyfriend.Steven-Liang-Coming-Home_640x360

On-line Registration for this cruise has ended, but cabins may still be available.
For pricing and availability, please call Geisha Cumberbatch at (703) 389-4617, or email Geisha at g.cumberbatch@cruiseone.com.

Posted in: 2015, cineslam, film festival info, filmmakers on board, Western Caribbean

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