#Film Festivals

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Sundance Will Require Attendees To Have COVID Vaccination For Next Year’s Festival

We haven’t even begun the circuit of fall film festivals this year, but the folks at Sundance are already deep into planning their 2022 event. And with COVID cases spiking around the US, it appears the Sundance organizers aren’t going to take any chances, with a vaccination requirement for all of those people that want to attend the event.
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Brandon, FLospreyobserver.com

Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival Looks To The Brandon Community For Film Submissions

The Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival (TBUFF) was founded eight years ago by award-winning Tampa Bay area filmmakers, actors, critics and artists to catch the independent films that fall through the cracks and end up, well, underground. With most independent films going straight to home video, TBUFF offers each cast and crew the opportunity to see their movie on the big screen in digital sound at a real theater, as well as marketing, promotion and accolades to shore up distribution prospects.
Public HealthMiddletown Press

Sundance Will Require Proof of Vaccination for 2022 Festival

Sundance Film Festival will return to in-person screenings in 2022, while also allowing people to access the independent movies it highlights digitally. The new hybrid approach comes as many premiere film festivals are reimagining the way the curate and share movies during the pandemic era. The Toronto International Film Festival and the New York Film Festival are just a few of the other annual celebrations of cinema that are combining in-person events with virtual offerings.
Movieslivingwithhearingloss.com

‘We Hear You’ Wins Best Film on Disability

Our hearing loss documentary We Hear You goes mainstream, with a win for Best Film on Disability in the June 2021 awards at the Cannes World Film Festival! As a monthly Winner, We Hear You is automatically entered in the Annual Competition for a chance to become a Grand Winner and be screened in Cannes during the festival’s annual Award Ceremony in 2022.
Rome, GAnorthwestgeorgianews.com

SXSW's Louis Black to join Rome International Film Festival creative team

The Rome International Film Festival is vamping up its creative caliber to embark on brand new horizons, and who better to add into the mix than South by Southwest co-creator, Louis Black. Not only is Black responsible for the film culture that thrives in Austin, Texas, but he also co-created...
Richardson, TXutdallas.edu

ATEC Professor’s Film Wins Awards

ATEC Professor Paul Lester’s “The Calendar” wins Best Documentary Feature Film at the Rome Movie Awards, Best Editing at Cannes World Film Festival, and Award of Prestige at the San Diego Movie Awards. A film created by Dr. Paul Lester, professor of instruction in the School of Arts, Technology, and...
Public HealthFilm Threat

Festdance 2021: Summit for the Post-COVID Film Festivals

Filmocracy, the world’s premiere digital screening, distribution, and experience platform, today announced FestDance, a must-attend industry summit for the post-COVID film festival age. Held over two days September 22nd-23rd in Los Angeles, FestDance offers a comprehensive yet compact schedule of panels and workshops along two tracks: film festivals and filmmakers. Alongside those professional gatherings, FestDance will offer coffee talks, happy hours, and film screenings daily. Live, in-person screenings will take place each evening, with audiences also having the opportunity to participate in the whole program virtually.
Menomonie, WIWEAU-TV 13

3rd Annual Red Cedar Film Festival

MENOMONIE, Wis. (WEAU) - The 3rd annual Red Cedar film festival was held in Menomonie at the Mabel Tainter theatre. Peter Galante is the director of festival and he says the Mable Tainter theatre is his ideal choice to host this event. “I wouldn’t really of considered doing it without...
Visual Artwvpe.org

Summer Art Events

Today we talk to leaders at museums and arts councils around the state to hear about what they have in store for the rest of the summer season and get details about upcoming events, from Van Gogh to film festivals. Produced by Micah Yason. Guests:. Anne McKim. Executive Director, Arts...
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