Thriller! Chiller! Names Clark Hill Entertainment Lawyer Joseph L. Voss the Recipient of the 2012 Storey Award at Michigan's Premier Genre Film Festival
Grand Rapids, Mich.
– Oct. 8, 2012.
Film Festival announces Joseph L. Voss as the winner of the 2012 Storey Award to be presented Saturday, Oct. 20, at 8:30 p.m. in the Peter Wege Auditorium at the Wealthy Theatre.
also will be awarding
The Groovy Awards
in the categories of
Best Feature, Best Short, Best Thrill!, Best Chill!
as well as
The Boomstick! Award!
for Best Michigan-made movie.
The Storey Award
winner: Joseph L. Voss, Clark Hill Entertainment Law
The Storey Award
is a community award created by
and is presented in honor of journalist, friend and community activist Drew Storey who passed away unexpectedly in 2009. The recipient is awarded based upon their body of work, their selfless contribution and its impact on building community relationships, which promote and connect Michigan’s artists to a larger audience around the world.
“Joe (Voss) is a consummate professional, an endlessly knowledgeable resource and best friend an artist could ever hope to meet once in their life, let alone have that person available to consult with right here in Michigan,” explained Festival Director, Anthony E. Griffin. “Without a doubt, Joe embodies the spirit and passion that Drew championed in his search for meaning in life and it’s a great honor for us to link these two gentlemen in memoriam to Drew’s legacy.”
Film Festival, which takes place Oct. 18-20, at the Wealthy Theatre, is Michigan’s premier film festival celebrating the genre movie. The festival screened films from the U.S. and around the world in the categories of sci-fi, action, suspense and horror. Sixty-two films from 17 countries are represented at this year’s festival.
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