Moviemaking is a collaborative art. In that tradition, we at IMTF would like to work cooperatively with individuals and organizations on projects that relate to movies.
If you can imagine a way that we might work together, please write.
Film Festival Partners
Jaxon Film Festival
The Jaxon Film Fest supports and celebrates the art and entertainment of film in all its forms. Through screenings and associated events, the festival aims to present a wide spectrum of filmmaking – feature films, documentaries, animation, short films, experimental, student work, big budget, micro-budget, trailers.
The Jaxon Film Fest offers filmmakers the opportunity to learn, grow and exhibit their films and bring audiences and filmmakers together to better enjoy the art and fun of filmmaking. The festival will offer attendees quality films expanding their knowledge of cinema and enhancing their appreciation of the filmmaking process. Film professionals and the interested public will have the opportunity to gain industry knowledge through interaction within a festival environment. For more information visit The Jaxon Film Festival.
April 6-April 10. Click here to see the entire SIFF Film Schedule
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International Student Film Organization
The International Student Film Organization finally opens its doors to the student film community! Find the ISFO on www.futureinfilm.com.
Do you have a great short film on your desk but don’t know how to distribute it? Benefits include access to a film festival calendar, deadline reminder service, online mentoring, discounts with our partners, competitions, a newsletter and much more! If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boston Film Festival
Film and Video Festival
27th Boston Film Festival is Accepting Film Entries Now through June 10, 2011. The Boston Film Festival is one of America’s longest running and most recognized celebrations of film. The 27th program will run September 16-22 at the Stuart Street Playhouse in the heart of Boston’s theater district. Feature, Documentary, Animated and Short films are the categories open to filmmakers. The 2011 Festival will present a schedule of entertaining, insightful, educational, and cutting-edge films. Audiences engage in lively question-and-answer sessions with the director and actors following every screening. Multiple awards laud performance, direction, cinematography, film excellence, editing and others. A myriad of preeminent actors and filmmakers have been honored at the BFF, including most recently; Oscar and Golden Globe winner for Best Supporting Actress Melissa Leo, Ed Burns, Sam Rockwell, Leslie Bibb, Uma Thurman, Greg Kinnear, Dane Cook, Val Kilmer, Jerry Weintraub, Sir Ridley Scott, Annette Benning, Robert Parker, and Kevin Spacey, among others.
Oaxaca International Independent Film and Video Festival
Oaxaca, a main epicentre of culture in the Americas for centuries, is proud to announce the OAXACA INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVAL.
Central Mexico is proud to host this premiere cinematic event, showcasing films exploring a broad range of subject matter and spanning multiple genres.
The Festival will also play host to the OAXACA INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE COMPETITION and will be held from November 8-11 of this year.
Oaxaca International Independent Film and Video Festival
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Film and Video Festival
Santa Fe Independent Film Fest will show the most provocative independent films from all over the globe. Underground cinema, art films, innovative and experimental work, guerilla projects, and politically controversial films are welcomed with open arms.
We do not host lavish parties, stroke movie stars, or charge outrageous ticket prices. It is the belief of the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival that art is for the people and going to the movies should cost six bucks or less.
Our objective is to put film in New Mexico back into the hands of the community through a grass roots movement of filmmakers. By doing so we plan to create a model for the democratization of film all over the world.
FirstGlance Film Festivals Film and Video Festival
FirstGlance Film festivals began in 1996 in the basement of a small theater in Center City Philadelphia. It started as a small theatre company in Philadelphia that wanted to help fellow filmmakers get their projects shown in a public venue for others to enjoy. Its mission was a one time weekend to show projects that might otherwise not be seen by moviegoers in the Philadelphia area. With a rented video projector and a bunch of large screen TVs, they had a successful weekend showing about 20 projects to about 150 people. After the event they received multiple calls and emails from filmmakers and attendees. The FirstGlance Film Festival was born. FirstGlance decided to move forward and make its festival an annual event. With filmmaker interest, their sister festival opened in Burbank California in 2000 to a similar audience in a 35 seat screening room and has also become a growing annual event.
To date, FirstGlance has produced twenty two festivals, shown over 1100 award winning films to over 26,000 attendees and has grown to 250 seat venues with state of the art projection capabilities.
In addition to producing their award winning bi-coastal film festivals, FirstGlance has year round activities that include Feature & Short Screenplay Competitions, On-line Film Competitions, Show Us Your Shorts Screenings, Short Film Productions, and Online Distribution.
Additionally, FirstGlance has inked a deal to create a new distribution platform and offer FirstGlance Alumni RED CARPET theatrical premieres in Las Vegas.
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