Miami Film Festival is a world-class platform for International and Ibero-American films. Presenting its 38th edition from March 5 – 14, 2021, the Festival showcases the work of the world’s best emerging and established filmmakers to the diverse cosmopolitan community of Miami. Cash awards totaling more than $150,000 are given in competition categories.
The 2019 Miami Film Festival attracted approximately 45,000+ people and 300 filmmakers, producers, talent and industry professionals from around the world. In all, the Festival presented more than 170 feature narratives, documentaries and short films of all genres, from more than 40 different countries. The Festival has had the privilege of hosting a noted group of filmmakers and talent, including Pedro Almodóvar, Abel Ferrara, Spike Lee, Andy Garcia, Patricia Clarkson and many more.
Major trade publications such as Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Screen and Indiewire attend for coverage and reviews of the films. Miami Film Festival was declared in 2018 as “One of the 50 Film Festivals Worth The Entry Fee” by Moviemaker Magazine.
Just finished up a new feature that allows project owners to upload a custom image for their project. Looking snazzy. Finishing up Casting Call module 1.0. Hope to have this iOS version pushed to the App Store this weekend. Keep sending in feature requests!
AIFF’s mission is to develop, promote and sustain a film festival that supports new media and independent film making in Alaska and around the world while enriching cultural and entertainment opportunities for Alaskans. Our nonprofit organization continues to play a part in expanding film screening and production opportunities throughout the state.
By bringing filmmakers from all parts of the country and world to Alaska, we want artists to connect with people they might not otherwise meet, and engage audiences in workshops, screenings, and plenty of celebratory parties.
The annual Women’s Film Festival in Brattleboro, VT is the longest-running women’s film festival in New England. Now in its 29th year, it is a celebration of movies from around the world and a platform for women to tell their own stories.
Over the course of two weekends 40+ documentaries, feature films and shorts will be screened at the New England Youth Theater. There is truly something for everyone, with films about the arts, friendship, activism, sports, lesbian/queer lives, motherhood, gender roles, religion, romance, and so much more.
The Women’s Film Festival brings films to Southern Vermont that can often only be seen if you’re lucky enough to be able to travel to festivals like Tribeca, Toronto and Sundance. Many of the films included in the Women’s Film Festival over the years have gone on to receive acclaim and award nominations.
It is also a major fundraiser for the work of the Women’s Freedom Center, a non-profit domestic and sexual violence organization in Southeastern Vermont.
My name is Maya Zaleoum, i’m 24 years old, the explosion that happened in my country Lebanon has shattered my house and shattered my heart, countless of people are still missing, blood is all over the streets and death is walking between the hallways of beirut taking with him the memory of what was once home. I’m in desperate need of a job, my country died with no hope of recovery anymore, i’m a filmmaker with a bachelors degree and would do my absolute best to deliver my best, because that’s the only thing i know, that’s the only thing i’m good at, “doing my best” - doing my best to stay alive, doing my best to keep searching for the light, Please keep me in mind if there is any open job vacancy, i would really appreciate it, now more than ever.
Don’t hesitate to ask for my Resume or/and my senior project noting that i’m very flexible when it comes to re-locating. Thank you for your attention.