St. Louis Producer Snags Award at Chicago Int’l Film Festival
October 27, 2010 by St Louis
October 17, 2010 (St. Louis, Mo) – St Louis native Andy W. Meyer of Aunt Max Entertainment, whose previous job as a flight attendant took him high into the sky, is now reaching for the stars, winning this years INTERCOM Best of Education-Youth Certificate of Merit Award for his pilot television show Tracking Andy at this years 46th Chicago International Film Festival. Andy traveled to Chicago to attend the 46th Chicago International Film Festival’s Awards Night Ceremony on October 16, 2010 at Chicago’s Ambassador East Hotel. Also present was the show’s Cinematographer Jordan Lundy. Present were the local industry representatives, the film festival jury and International filmmakers. One thing that the Chicago Film Festival has is a proven track record of future Academy Award winners! As a winner in the Intercom category for educational-youth, a portion of Tracking Andy will screen at the AMC River East 21 on October 20th as part of Chicago International Film Festival’s Best of INTERCOM presentation. And if things couldn’t get any better for Aunt Max Entertainment’s Producer Andy W. Meyer, Tracking Andy will not only be distributed to all entrants, but also to the festival’s list of distributors, educators, potential clients and the press!
Chicago International Film Festival category INTERCOM strives to give recognition of achievement in the corporate, educational, interactive and sponsored productions.
Meyer came up with his idea for Tracking Andy while traveling all over the US serving as a flight attendant. Each time he landed in a new city, he would discover the most unique and fun attractions of that city. You can also log on to TrackingAndy.com and visit the shows mock up interactive website. The website also is a great tool that teachers can use with their students by uploading and downloading lesson plans to teach in their classrooms.