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The “On the Edge” Family Film Festival will stimulate the creative talent of aspiring and professional filmmakers and provide a venue to express their voice through the cinematic arts. We will inspire and challenge the local community by providing films that enlighten, entertain and educate.

Program Categories/Awards

  • Feature
  • Short feature
  • Documentary
  • Short documentary
  • Student feature
  • Student documentary
  • Public Service Announcement
  • Audience Choice Award

http://www.ontheedgefilm.org

The 2016 Vancouver Short Film Festival is right around the corner, and we have officially locked our program! Ticket sales are now closed, but can still be purchased at our box office, which will be open at 7:00 on the night of January 29th, and at 6:30 on the night of January 30th.

You can now find out more about the festival lineup, awards, and judges by checking out our press release below! We look forward to seeing you at our screenings this weekend!

http://www.vsff.com

 

The SoCal Film Fest runs February 10th through 13th, 2016 at the Huntington Beach Library Theater, located at 7111 Talbert Avenue, Huntington Beach, California 92648.

The 4-day festival includes over 60 films, including comedies, science fiction and horror, documentaries, animated and international films.

This year’s roster includes films from 11 countries, 14 first-time or student filmmakers (including 3 teens), 13 Southern California filmmakers, as well as 15 women directors, giving a wide array of thought-provoking, entertaining and exquisite films.

http://www.socalfilmfest.com

The Dam Short Film Festival was founded in 2003 by Lee and Anita Lanier. They both developed a love of short films while traveling to numerous film festivals in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Lee worked in film production and computer animation since 1989 and directed a half-dozen short films.

Today, the Dam Short Film Festival has become a traditional Southern Nevada cultural event that attracts thousands of visitors to Boulder City each February. The festival has welcomed scores of filmmakers from all over the world and has screened over one thousand unique independent short films during its history.

http://www.damshortfilm.org/

Film Green Bay, a 501(c)(3) corporation, was founded July 2010 by a group of community leaders responding to the growing interest in the art of film in our community. The number of local filmmakers – and thus the number of people interested in education about filmmaking – has grown dramatically. The Green Bay International Film Society shows several foreign films each season to sold-out audiences. Local filmmakers have scheduled screenings of their films at local theaters, libraries and museums.

The founding committee of FGB saw a need for coordination of activities to take advantage of this growing interest. Initial goals included providing educational activities to encourage growth of appreciation for film; workshops and information for filmmakers; coordinating a database of resources for filmmakers, and providing opportunities for film screenings.

The first Green Bay Film Festival was held February 25-27, 2011, in downtown Green Bay. Producing a film festival as the first formal activity of FGB allowed the group to accomplish several of the founding goals as well as drawing attention to the organization’s efforts.

http://www.gbfilmfestival.org

The San Francisco Frozen Film Festival (SFFFF) is a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2006 that is dedicated to creating avenues for independent filmmakers, youth, filmmakers of conscience, and artists from underserved communities to come together and exhibit their work to the widest possible audience.

The San Francisco Frozen Film Festival is held every summer in the heart of the Mission district in San Francisco at the Roxie Theatre. Filmmakers whose work is accepted into the festival are invited to come to the city by the bay in the dead of summer to screen and discuss their work.

In addition to our annual international film festival, the SFFFF Youth Program is specifically focused on demonstrating to underserved youth that existing pathways do exist to help them find a career in the film arts. SFFFF holds annual music and art performances, as well as youth programming and awards presentations.

http://www.frozenfilmfestival.com