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The Lone Star Film Society (LSFS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that exists to cultivate an appreciation and understanding of the moving image as an art form while showcasing the City of Fort Worth to the world. The Society accomplishes this mission through year-round presentation, education, and community collaboration. This includes an annual film festival that is the leading event of its kind in North Texas. The objectives are quite simple: bring the best in film to Fort Worth and foster a community and culture to appreciate the moving image as an art form while promoting the City of Fort Worth. In pursuing this objective, the LSFS joins organizations like the San Francisco Film Society and Film Society of Lincoln Center in supporting a “culture of cinema” vital to the international art community and industry of the moving image. The film society pursues these objectives through a series of year-round programs including screenings of the best in new and repertory world cinema, educational screenings for children and adults, partnerships with other cultural institutions within the City of Fort Worth such as the Kimbell and Modern Art museums, filmmaking workshops for underserved and at risk youth in North Texas, and presenting the annual Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF) in Sundance Square. The LSFF is the signature event of the Lone Star Film Society and provides North Texas audiences with their first, and some times only, opportunity to see the most anticipated films of the year, as well as interact with the artists who made them, all within the walk-able charm of Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth.
about-filmstrip The Williamstown Film Festival was founded in 1998 to fill a cultural gap in a part of Massachusetts known for its world-class museums, theater, music, and dance – the Berkshires. Because film seemed the missing link in an artistically rich region, some two dozen local residents and graduates of Williams College felt strongly that a film festival could bridge the gap. After many meetings, the Williamstown Film Festival was incorporated as a non-profit organization and began planning. The goal was tripartite: (a) to honor America’s film past in the shape of classics, (b) celebrate the present day through panels, seminars, and q-and-a’s between audiences and the actors, writers, directors and producers of indie film, and (c) explore the new technologies which are carrying the art of film into the 21st century.
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In the Spotlight today is the 11th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF), one of the most respected and exciting film festivals in the Caribbean. An excellent hub for networking with some of the brightest minds in filmmaking, BIFF is as intimate and as invigorating as it is breathtakingly gorgeous. For more than a decade, filmmakers and storytelling aficionados have flocked to this coastal paradise to discover "the next big thing." They've yet to go home disappointed. Screening opportunities at BIFF are as varied as the audience members who attend. Films are played out under the stars; inside state-of-the-art theaters; and on several islands throughout The Bahamas, including Nassau; Paradise Island; Harbor Island and Governors Harbour. At BIFF, every screening is a Bahamian Premiere and very often feature World Premieres. Each features a Q&A with the filmmaker, following the presentation. Awards are also on-hand for great narrative, documentary, and short-form projects. There are even trophies exclusively for screenwriters and for regional-based material. Filmmakers selected for the festival's narrative and documentary competitions - or for the New Visions Competition, exclusive to first- and second-time filmmakers - are rewarded with free lodging and transportation, as well as with full access to all festival events. With countless galas around every corner, and with endless opportunities to network with industry professionals and distribution companies, no filmmaker will want to miss out on this island paradise. UPCOMING DEADLINE June 14, 2014 - Late Deadline MISSION AND OBJECTIVE Aiming to raise the level of film debate, participation, and education in the Bahamas, BIFF provides the local community and international visitors with a diverse presentation of films that might not otherwise be released theatrically in the region. MORE ABOUT THE FESTIVAL Benefiting from its outstanding hospitality and extraordinary island lifestyle, BIFF has drawn attention and praise from media outlets around the world, including CNN Headline News, The New York Times, Entertainment Tonight, The London Times, Variety, and more.
THE HOLLYWOOD REEL INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL (HRIFF) was started to help support and promote independent cinema in Los Angeles, encouraging filmmakers with unique or non-mainstream visions to create films. By offering cash, prizes and awards, the Festival's goal is to stimulate filmmakers in the creation of quality new work. Through offering multiple screenings of the best films to be viewed in theaters by industry professionals and fellow filmmakers, the Festival hopes to give these films an opportunity to find distribution and garner media attention, as well as to provide filmmakers a chance for their work to be shown on the big screen. The Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival invites you to enjoy screenings of what we believe to be the best new feature films, documentaries, shorts and videos by new filmmakers who possess an independent vision and create innovative work outside the studio system. We honor such filmmakers with awards of merit and screen our award winners during the festival. The Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival celebrates independent, student and international film making.