There are many dos to consider when entering a film festival: be specific about the film’s hook; outline what’s in it for the organizers; and ensure the event caters to your target audience. However, today we’re here to look at the ultimate don’ts worth considering
FilmFreeway has truly proved itself to be the underdog in this David vs. Goliath story. Film Daily were stoked to take a break from the newsroom to sit down with FilmFreeway’s founder Zachary Jones to find out more about this unstoppable force and where it’s
The Winter Film Awards is a volunteer-run celebration of the diversity of local and international filmmaking. Founded in 2011 and held in the culturally diverse and artistically stimulating city of New York, the festival has grown in size and scope each year and is now
Devoted to showcasing, supporting, and inspiring the creation of films produced, directed, and written by women of color, the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival and Lecture Series is an empowering independent film festival raising pivotal voices.
Founded by UCLA students in 1982, Outfest – which runs several film festivals each celebrating a different aspect of the LGBTQI community and filmmaking – uses the power of movies to promote acceptance and equality for all LGBTQI people.
Rising horror film spectacular – The Overlook Film Festival – has announced its 2018 lineup and it’s an absolute scream. Showcasing 40 ghastly horror features & shorts, the impressive program of films includes several highly-anticipated projects alongside some additional special events.
Set in the picturesque location of New South Wales, Australia, and boasting a rich program of independent film alongside cutting-edge virtual, augmented, and mixed reality experiences, the Byron Bay Film Festival offers a showcase like no other.
The city of Memphis in Tennessee is famed as the home of the Blues and the birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll, so it’s no surprise it makes the perfect creative landscape for one of the city’s core art institutions – the Indie Memphis Film Festival.
Founded in 1977, Frameline Film Festival prides itself on being the United States’ first and oldest film fest devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer programming. Since then, Frameline has grown into the world’s largest and longest-running exhibition of queer media.