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Pensacola Film Fest in Gulf Breeze this weekend

GULF BREEZE  --  The Pensacola Film Fest is this weekend at the Movies Four in Gulf Breeze.
One of the movies is a documentary about a teenager's dreams and his drive to achieve them.
That description also says a lot about the young man who made the film.
Kalie Desimone: "This local movie theater could be just the start of a famous film-makers career-- that is if Clay Bloodworth has his way."

Meet Clay Bloodworth he is the man behind the camera of this short documentary.

"I started out with their practice games and tournaments."
But Bloodworth quickly realized there was a more important story to tell.

"I was really trying to get to the heart of the story."
He found the heart and drive in Christian Skewes.
Christian Skewes: "I felt like it made me play a little better."
Skewes is a stand out player for the Gulf Breeze Dolphins.

He says Clay Bloodworth's filming made him nervous at first but by the end he says the documentary felt like a gift.

Christian Skewes: "If I do go all the way, I can look back at it."
And as for Bloodworth's future it's looking pretty bright too.

Clay Bloodworth: "I just want to make films, have fun but I would like to go to film school like Duke or USC."

The two long time friends hope the community gathers around them and supports the showing of the documentary this weekend.

Clay Bloodworth: "It's got a lot of moments that I really like. So I hope they enjoy it."

Christian Skewes has taken a sneak peek of the documentary and says it leaves a lasting and positive impression.

Christian Skewes: "I was just smiling the whole time."
Kalie Desimone: "Tickets are $10. Showings are on Saturday and Sunday at 1 pm."