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The Anchorage International Film Festival (AIFF) is a non-profit arts organization that supports and promotes independent film and new media through screenings, workshops, film competitions, and outreach activities.

Our mission is to promote the directors of tomorrow. With a passion for visionary filmmaking we celebrate creativity, diversity and independence in the art of cinema.

To promote cultural exchanges and mutual understanding among nations and to develop further cooperation among filmmakers of the world. The Moscow International Film Festival is recognized by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF).The Festival program includes only films which have not been publicly screened on the territory of the Russian Federation (excluding retrospectives and the program of Russian films).

The world's first moving images were shot in Leeds in 1888 by Louis le Prince. Today Leeds is a major centre for film production and exhibition. Leeds International Film Festival is one of the UK's biggest film events.LIFF is a portal for audiences to discover the real world of film that exists beyond regular film exhibition. LIFF primarily supports outstanding new talent and established talent that has not received deserved exposure in the UK. LIFF considers narrative, documentary and animated films, in feature-length and short formats, and in multiple genres and from all countries. The full programme for LIFF 2015 is online at leedsfilm.com.

An ACADEMY AWARDS® Qualifying Festival and MovieMaker Magazine's TOP 50 FESTIVALS WORTH THE ENTRY FEE!The Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF)... international, independent and eye-opening. Our 10-day festival is committed to showcasing contemporary, independent films -- all lengths, all genres and from everywhere in the world! -- that will enlighten, entertain and empower our audiences. We look for films that make us better people, that make us want to talk about the experience afterwards -- films with soul. This festival is about FILMS and the people who MAKE them!We are a filmMAKER festival -- produced by filmmakers, programmed by filmmakers. Our theatres are professionally equipped and managed. We do everything possible to have your Picasso projected the way you intended it to be experienced! And we are committed to ARTIST REMUNERATION – filmmakers whose ‘cinematic baby’ becomes an ‘official selection’ of EIFF will receive a cheque (the amount is based on film length), in November. Please refer to ARTIST REMUNERATION in the complete RULES REGULATIONS for more information.Submit NOW and become a part of Alberta's ORIGINAL International film festival!

Oldenburg is a lively forum for passionate and independent film. That's why Chris Gore rates the Oldenburg Film Festival among the world's top five festivals for narrative features in his essential "Film Festival Guide".TAKE YOUR CHANCE to be part of it."The most significant and most active festival in the presentation of American independent films, and therefore the appropriate platform for an expansion into the German-speaking market. In other ways as well, the Festival devotes itself to independent film. A pleasant and laid-back festival with a lively atmosphere."German Films

The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) is the world's largest documentary film festival held annually since 1988 in Amsterdam.

he Warsaw Film Festival (WFF) is organized by the Warsaw Film Foundation in Warsaw, Poland. Its aim is to present the best films from all over the world to Polish and international audience, and to encourage better communication and understanding between people living in different countries and of different cultural backgrounds. WFF is accredited by FIAPF (www.fiapf.org) as a competitive non-specialized film festival. At WFF we present films made to be screened at cinemas.

First established in 1977, the Cambridge Film Festival has been committed to delivering high quality independent films to the widest possible audience. Bold and imaginative in its presentation of films, the Festival embraces the latest technology, while also showcasing its passion for the heritage of cinema. We champion new methods of filmmaking and emerging platforms of distribution. Through our open submissions process, we support filmmakers from all across the world as well as locally, providing a platform for new talents to showcase their work.

The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) is an annual film festival held in various cinemas in Rotterdam, Netherlands[1] at the end of January. Since its founding in 1972, it has become one of the most important events in the film world, maintaining its focus on independent and experimental filmmaking by emerging talents and established auteurs.[2] The festival also has a unique focus on presenting cutting edge media art and artist's film, with most of the participants in the short film program identified as artists or experimental filmmakers.[3][4] IFFR also hosts CineMart, for film producers to seek funding.

OXIFF’s mantra of ‘Craft-Style-Story’ lays down the architectural foundation of a festival and city that is setting out to blend its Saxon heritage with its new found modern exuberance and deliver a showcase for exciting film making talent that exhibits solid vintage craft with contemporary flair.OXIFF is set up to find and showcase the best new filmmaking talent and has a strict policy of only showing films that come through the open submission process.

The Athens International Film and Video Festival’s mission is to celebrate independent and alternative motion picture arts. This entails a commitment to: educating our regional audiences about the cinematic arts; and supporting, through presentation, the work of artists from around the globe.

The London Classic Film Festival is a three-day film festival which is held annually at Cinema city, United Kingdom on 3rd – 6th April 2017.London Classic Film Festival showcases features, shorts, documentaries, animation, music videos and experimental works by filmmakers all around the world.

It is the stated purpose of Ivy Film Festival to, first and foremost, provide a venue for the creative efforts of student filmmakers enrolled at universities worldwide, and in particular those students with significantly diminished access to filmmaking resources.

Leading the community in creative and cultural discovery through the moving image.