"THE GHOST-EYE TREE HAS IT ALL - a magnificent story, splendid visuals, good performances and an overall appealing quality. It's an engaging film for audiences of all ages, fun and scary at the same time, and certainly imaginative."

--Dan Bennett, Los Angeles Int'l Children's Film Festival


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NEWS AND UPDATES

DVD NOW AVAILABLE FOR AMAZON PRIME SHIPPING

August 19, 2014

The Ghost-Eye Tree DVD is now available at Amazon.com with FREE 2-DAY SHIPPING for Amazon Prime members. Grab your copy before they're sold out! Here's a link to the buy page: The Ghost-Eye Tree (DVD). Now shipping to both US and Canada.

NOW AVAILABLE FOR WORLDWIDE ONLINE SCREENINGS

October 13, 2013

The Ghost-Eye Tree is now available for everyone to see. For a limited time, you can purchase a screening pass that includes unlimited views during the rental period. Visit our screening page on Vimeo On Demand to watch now. Streaming is available to both US and International customers.

GHOST-EYE TREE SCREENS IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

August 15, 2010

The Ghost-Eye Tree screened in the beautiful city of San Diego on Sunday Aug. 15 at the beautiful 215-seat Ruby Schulman Theater at the Carlsbad City Library in seaside Carlsbad. This was a free event as part of the annual San Diego Int'l Children's Film Festival. San Diego is one of Piotrowski's favorite cities and he was thrilled to have the film play there.

GHOST-EYE TREE GOING TO MUMBAI

November 2, 2009

KIDS FIRST! Film Festival has announced that The Ghost-Eye Tree will be included in the WorldKids International Film Festival this December. Based in Mumbai, India, WorldKids Foundation brings the very best of world children's cinema to the youth of its city. The WorldKids International Film Festival [WKIFF] will showcase International and National award-winning films to highlight the maxim 'Entertainment with a Purpose.' Festival Director Manju Singh says, "Our endeavor is to engage the children of India with positive media images and inspire them into thinking and learning while having a good time..."

LA LOVES THE GHOST-EYE TREE

October 19, 2009

The Los Angeles Int'l Children's Film Festival played The Ghost-Eye Tree at the LACMA last Saturday afternoon. The response from the audience of filmmakers, families, and children was outstanding. Dan Bennett, the festival director and a writer based in San Diego, California had this to say: "THE GHOST-EYE TREE HAS IT ALL - a magnificent story, splendid visuals, good performances and an overall appealing quality. It's an engaging film for audiences of all ages, fun and scary at the same time, and certainly imaginative."

FIRE ISLAND SELECTS THE GHOST-EYE TREE

July 20, 2009

Ghost-Eye Tree will screen at the 7th annual Fire Island Golden Wagon Film Festival in Ocean Beach, New York! The festival is a two-day event held Saturday, August 8th and Sunday, August 9th that promises to bring " the most thought-provoking, inspiring, entertaining, and fun films and events we have yet to bring to the Ocean Beach community," says their website. The schedule will be announced soon.

GHOST-EYE TREE NOMINATED AT 2009 LIIFE AWARDS CEREMONY

July 19, 2009

On July 19, 2009 the Long Island International Film Expo recognized and celebrated independant filmmaking from around the world at their star-studded awards ceremony. From July 9 - July 18, the festival screened over 100 films from Dubai to Deer Park. Ghost-Eye Tree recieved a nomination for Best Student Film.

FRANKLIN SQUARE FILMMAKER PREMIERES AT 2009 LIIFE

July 9, 2009

The Hometown, a weekly paper bringing “good news to local communities,” published an article about the Long Island premiere of The Ghost- Eye Tree at the Long Island International Film Expo. Director, Nicholas Piotrowski, is a Long Island native and the article was published in Elmont, Franklin Square (his home town), and West Hempstead on July 9, 2009. “The Ghost-Eye Tree... is a wondrous, magical journey that inspires the imagination,” says Piotrowski. CLICK HERE to view the full article.

LONG ISLAND FILM SCREENING JULY 14, 2009

May 6, 2009

Notification of acceptance into the Long Island International Film Expo in Bellmore, New York! The festival hosts short and feature-length independent films from all over the globe during their week-long film festival. The Ghost-Eye Tree will screen on TUESDAY, JULY 14, 2009 at 4:30PM at Bellmore Movie Theater, 222 Pittit Ave, Bellmore, NY 11710. Contact 516-783-3199 for tickets and venue information. This is a big festival that often attracts celebrities. Don't miss this one. Stay tuned for more details.

NEW YORK CITY FILM SCREENING JULY 22, 2009

May 1, 2009

Notification of acceptance into the NewFilmmakers Film Series in New York City! The program recognizes fresh talented filmmakers from around the country and screens most Wednesday's throughout the year. The Ghost-Eye Tree was selected to screen this summer! This is our first New York acceptance and we would love for everyone to come down and celebrate. The Ghost-Eye Tree will close the NewFilmmakers Animation Film Festival on WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 2009 at 6:00PM at Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue New York, NY 10003. Contact 212-505-5181 for tickets and venue information. Stay tuned for more details.

FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCEMENT

April 15, 2009

The programming director from the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival in New Mexico has decided to extend our festival run to the 3rd and 4th quarter of this year. This means The Ghost-Eye Tree will be programmed to screen during Halloween 2009. Although it would be nice to have a screening sooner than Halloween, it is nice to know they like the film enough to keep it in their festival run. Fingers crossed for an amazing venue!

SET PHOTOS PUBLISHED IN ICG MAGAZINE

December 1, 2008

The International Cinematographers Guild (ICG) featured some regional community-minded film schools in the December 2008 issue of their monthly magazine. Five Towns College ranked among the top six regional film schools in the country. Photos from the set of The Ghost-Eye Tree were included to illustrate the school’s professionalism. CLICK HERE to view the full article.

OFFICIAL SELECTION KIDS FIRST FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL 2009

November 14, 2008

Notification of acceptance into the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival in New Mexico. The festival boasts to be the world's largest children's film festival. The Ghost-Eye Tree will screen at many venues across the United States beginning in Winter/Spring 2009. This is the first industry-recognized festival acceptance for The Ghost-Eye Tree.

SET PHOTOS PUBLISHED IN STUDENT FILMMAKER MAGAZINE

November 1, 2008

Five Towns College is highlighted in the November 2008 volume of Student Filmmakers magazine. The college was recognized for its state-of-the-art equipment and photos from the set of The Ghost-Eye Tree were featured in the spread. CLICK HERE to view the full article.

LONG ISLAND FILM/TV FOUNDATION AWARDS GHOST-EYE TREE

July 17, 2008

The Ghost-Eye Tree is awarded a finishing fund grant at the Long Island International Film Expo in Bellmore, New York. The award is given annually on behalf of the Long Island Film/ TV Foundation. There were only three grants given in 2008, and The Ghost-Eye Tree took home the student category.

LONG ISLAND FILM SCREENING MAY 9, 2008

May 9, 2008

The Ghost-Eye Tree screens at the annual Five Towns College Film Festival in Dix Hills, New York. The film played at the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center on the big screen and received a standing ovation from the audience. The Ghost-Eye Tree won for Best Fourth Year Picture, Best Cinematography, and Best Production Design. Director, Nicholas Piotrowski, Cinematographer, James P. McEvoy, and Production Designer, Brian T. Baker, all had their moment on stage to acknowledge their awards and to give thanks to their classmates for their help and support.