Sundance Institute supports independent artists not only at
the Sundance Film Festival, but also in a wide array of programs
throughout the year. Nearly 100 artists take part in the Institute's
Film and Theatre Labs each year, and hundreds more are supported
at the Festival. As a not-for-profit organization, Sundance
Institute relies on the generosity of individuals, foundations,
corporations, and government supporters who share its commitment
to independent art and artists.
Cannes Film Festival
The Festival de Cannes presents a wide range of films and events
(which can be presented or not by the official organization
of the Festival de Cannes).
(Feature and short films in competition and out of competition
and section Un Certain Regard)
3, rue Amélie 75007 Paris
Tel. : 33 (0) 1 53 59 61 71 - Fax. : 33 (0) 1 53 59 61 70
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Independent Pictures (IP)
A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
established in 1993. IP is the proud sponsor of Script Mill,
Ohio Independent Screenplay Awards, Ohio Independent Film Festival,
Independent Film School, Film Production Training Program, regional
AIVF Salons, Fiscal Agent Sponsorship Program, Speakers Bureau,
and a variety of curatorial programs.
By Mailing us at:
1392 West 65th Street
cleveland, ohio 44102
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The NORTHAMPTON INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL (NIFF)
to establishing a northeast center for the exploration, examination,
and celebration of independent filmmaking. NIFF showcases the
works of filmmakers whose films demonstrate quality, innovation,
and independence in both form and content. While the majority
of the program is devoted to quality short films and features
that do no yet have wide distribution, we will also show the
work of independent film professional who can contribute significantly
to our vision for a well-rounded and thoughtful festival program.
NIFF MAILING ADDRESS
P.O. Box 179 Northampton
hosts year-round events. Most of these events are free,
others are fundraisers, but all focus on the film. Launching
our 2003 Fundraising Season, on September 16th - 18th, 2002,
DCIFF was proud to present a special program, entitled "DC
Filmmakers and Their Films" during the "Kennedy Center
Prelude Festival". DCIFF is also proud to have been selected
to be the only film festival participating in this month long
celebration of the best of the arts in DC.
Ashland Independent Film Festival
In the intimate movie house setting, filmmakers participate
in their screenings and after the films speak with audience
members who seek a closer look into the creative process. Filmmakers
have high praise for the welcome they receive in Ashland, many
ranking it at or near the top of their festival experiences.
ashland independent film festival
Post Office Box 218
Ashland, OR 97520
Rehoboth Beach Film Society
One night, in the fall of 1997, a group of five Rehoboth Beach
film fans discussed the possibility of showing independent films
in local restaurants. They decided to advertise a meeting for
film buffs to see if others in the community were interested
in such a concept. More than 30 people showed up and watched
a film about small-town residents with a big dream. The idea
of creating the Rehoboth Beach Film Society was conceived that
night. The actual birth was a year later with the first annual
Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival taking place for three
days in November of 1998. Six years later, the Rehoboth Beach
Film Society has developed into a thriving cultural resource
in southern Delaware. The 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization’s
mission is to create understanding and appreciation of film
as an art form.
102 Midway Village
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
Magnolia Independent Film Festival
Held in February was sold out to standing-room-only crowds
for every performance! The response was overwhelming! 53 films
were screened (11 World Premieres), with 30 filmmakers in attendance.
13 awards were handed out, with the winners receiving a handmade,
stained-glass magnolia and a one year eFile account from ProductionHub.
The screenwriting award was sponsored by Prime Technologies,
and the winner received free DVD authoring.
Ron Tibbett, Festival Director
2269 Waverly Dr.
West Point, MS 39773
Phone: (662) 494-5836
Fax: (662) 494-9900
The Independent Film Society of Boston
A 501(c)3 non-profit,
produces the annual Independent Film Festival of Boston. Our
mission is to showcase emerging filmmakers, musicians and visual
artists and provide attendees direct access in interactive environments
to these artists.
Independent Film Society of Boston
44 School Street, PMB 385
Boston, MA 02108
A full-service, event management company specializing
in outdoor film screenings, from a single-day event to a multi-day
film (or movie) festival. Since 1997, Deutsch inc. has enriched
the lives of more than 1,000,000 movie viewers.
telephone at (301) 816-6953
163 3rd Ave Suite 231
New York, NY 10003
Ph. (212) 777-7100
P.O. Box 860
Telluride, CO 81435
398 W. Colorado Avenue #217
Telluride, CO #217