Film & Video Festivals

September 2014

New York Film Festival
Location: New York, New York
Dates: September TBD, 2014
America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, The Film Society of Lincoln Center was founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and diverse film going audience. The New York Film Festival continues its proud tradition of showing the newest and most important cinematic works by directors from around the world.
Ottawa International Animation Festival
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
Dates: September TBD, 2014
The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is the largest event of its kind in North America, a major film event attracting attendees from around the world. Film buffs, art lovers and cartoon fans won't want to miss this year's great line up of screenings taking place at the ByTowne Cinema, the National Gallery of Canada, the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Empire Theatres Rideau Centre.
Pocono Mountains Film Festival
Location: East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
Dates: September TBD, 2014
The Pocono Mountains Film Festival was established to provide some of the best independent filmmakers in the world with the opportunity to showcase their work. Their audience is a compilation of film lovers, critics and buyers who are searching for that independent film—to either purchase or distribute for sale. What makes the Pocono Mountains Film Festival a stellar event? They provide a social network for filmmakers to introduce their screenplays or independent films directly to an audience of shoppers
San Diego Film Festival (SDFF)
Location: San Diego, California
Dates: September TBD, 2014
San Diego Film Festival is the perfect destination Festival for your next great escape. The competitive five-day fest showcases more than 75 American and international feature, documentary and short films; intimate gatherings with filmmakers and celebrities; high-powered industry workshops, including the American Screenwriters Association's annual conference; and five nights of San Diego's most glamorous parties.
SoCal Film Festival
Location: Huntington Beach, California
Dates: September TBD, 2014
The SoCal Film Festival will feature distribution awards through SCIFF for short films and distribution consideration through partners for feature films, Cash Prizes (as allowed by number of entries and sponsors), industry judges and speakers, and a showcase of award worthy films. An outlet for Independent filmmakers to show their work to industry professionals. Partnering with distributors, they get the SCIFF Award Winning films in front of the public and distributors.
Telluride Film Festival (TFF)
Location: Telluride, Colorado
Dates: September TBD, 2014
The Telluride Film Festival is presented by the National Film Preserve, a non profit arts and education organization celebrating the art of film. Held every Labor Day Weekend for 32 years in a beautiful Victorian mining town surrounded by 13,000 feet peaks, the Telluride Film Festival is a major showcase for the best in cinema. Its loyal and affluent passholders attend without knowing in advance what films will be shown or which famed artists they will encounter on the streets of Telluride, as the program is kept secret until opening day.
Toronto International Film Festival
Location: Toronto, Canada
Dates: September TBD, 2014
The Toronto International Film Festival®, one of several programming initiatives of the Toronto International Film Festival Group, is widely recognized as the most important film festival after Cannes and the largest and most successful public festival in the world. It is the discriminating and sophisticated Toronto filmgoers who make the Toronto International Film Festival a must-attend event for the public, industry, and press alike.
Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF)
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Dates: September TBD, 2014
The Vancouver International Film & Television Trade Forum is western Canada's premier event dedicated to the art and business of filmmaking. The Festival is attended by more than 150,000 people, who will attend 500 screenings of over 300 films from more than 50 countries. The festival’s purpose is to encourage the understanding of other nations through the art of cinema, to foster the art of cinema, to facilitate the meeting in British Columbia of cinema professionals from around the world, and to stimulate the motion picture industry.
YoungCuts Film Festival
Location: Montreal, Quebec
Dates: September TBD, 2014
YoungCuts Film Festival is an event showcasing the best independent films by undiscovered talents. The Festival features short films produced by emerging filmmakers and serves as a launch pad for filmmaker careers, providing exposure and recognition for some of the most exciting new talent from around the globe - student film makers and non- student film makers alike.