Utah FF & Awards, UT
Apr
5
12:30 PM12:30

Utah FF & Awards, UT

  • 328 E 50 N Vineyard Vineyard, UT, 84058 United States (map)
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THE UTAH FILM FESTIVAL AND AWARDS

FLYING FUR is up for an UFF&A award. No screening of the film is scheduled at this event.

More talent than a room full of Oscars hopefuls. 
More lens flare than a JJ Abrams film. 
More timeless films than a dusty Blockbusters.

Hyperbole may be funny, but the Utah Film Festival is no joke.

Filmmakers and film enthusiasts gather every year from across the world to see the burgeoning talent spilling out of Utah.

“…Utah?”

Yes, Utah. See, every good thing in California is moving to Utah. Don’t believe us? Utah, known as the Silicon Slopes (see ya, Silicon Valley) has tech firms sprouting up or uprooting and moving here in droves. Comicon and other festivals are having some of their most successful turnouts in charming Salt Lake City, Utah. It was only a matter of time before film festivals in Utah became dominant, and the Utah Film Festival has become one of the most reputed in the film industry.

From humble beginning in 2011, the Utah Film Festival have risen to become one of Utah’s premiere film festivals and award shows.

While boasting legends in the industry like Oscar Nominee Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water), Sean Astin (Lord Of The Rings), Lauren Lapkus (Jurassic World, Orange is the New Black, Blended) Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite, Blades of Glory), the Utah Film Festival have managed to maintain the personal, intimate networking opportunity it has always been. It’s as excellent as it sounds, like biscoff ice cream or an on-set massage therapist.

You decide what you’ll get out of it, when you submit your film and come to the Utah Film Festival 

Will you meet your film’s next investor, a distribution company looking for a finished film, a production company looking to option scripts, a casting director looking to hire new talent, producers/directors looking to hire crew, or advertising agencies looking to hire production companies for commercial work?

The opportunity at the Utah Film Festival is, like Batman movie reboots or Red Robin’s fries, endless.

Industry veterans, extraordinary filmmakers, and top-shelf enthusiasts are coming together in such a way that makes it hard to leave…sounds like the right party to be at.

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SDFW, San Diego, CA
Apr
13
2:00 PM14:00

SDFW, San Diego, CA

The 3rd Annual San Diego Film Week is a 10-day-long celebration of film in America's Finest City. Over 100 local, national and international films will be showcased along with workshops, parties and panels. Showcasing a variety of local films as well as "best-of" selections from San Diego's diverse film festivals. It is being held in April 11-20 of 2019 in various venues locations across San Diego County.

The third annual San Diego Film Week will include special screenings from film communities around the pacific southwest including California, Arizona and Nevada. Filmmakers from California (outside of San Diego), Nevada and Arizona are invited to participate in San Diego Film Week 2019. Submissions from these areas will be discounted in 2019 and submissions will be considered for inclusion in 2019 San Diego Film Week. Of special consideration are independent films made by independent filmmakers in those regions.

San Diego Film Week accepts local short and feature narrative and documentary films, webisodes, music videos, commercials from student and professional/independent filmmakers. 

The 2019 San Diego Film Week culminates with the 6th Annual San Diego Film Awards.

San Diego Film Week highlights:

Screenings from local film festivals 
Over 100 films produced in San Diego's Film Industry 
Workshops and Panels 
"Emerging Filmmakers Exhibition" 
"Film Market" featuring workshops, investors and distributors looking for feature film and television content. 
Preview Night and Opening Red Carpet Gala featuring A-List Acting Awards and Live Announcement of 2019 San Diego Film Awards Nominations

San Diego Film Awards Highlights:

Academy Awards Style Awards Show 
Red Carpet and Interviews 
VIP Opening Reception 
Guest Stars and Presenters 
27 Awards in 4 categories for Film Awards eligible films 
Televised on local station

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ME Film Festival, GA
Apr
26
5:00 PM17:00

ME Film Festival, GA

The Milledgeville and Eatonton Film Festival

FLYING FUR is screening April 26th @5pm. Venue: Georgia College Arts and Sciences Auditorium

The 6th annual ME Film Festival will showcase filmmaking talents from more than 40 countries over six days. Located in the heart of central Georgia, the ME Film Festival sets itself apart by creating an intimate atmosphere between other filmmakers and industry professionals, fostering unique and worthwhile networking opportunities you’re unlikely to receive anywhere else.

The industry panels we offer are wide-ranging, providing experienced insight into craft building, crowdfunding, and social issues in the film industry. Past panelist have included actors Scott Takeda (Gone Girl, Everything Must Go) and April Billingsley (The Walking Dead, The Vampire Diaries), industry Executive John Heinsen (VP of New Media, Producers Guild of America), and writer Jesse Zwick (Parenthood, About Alex). Our keynote speakers have included Academy Award Nominated producers Cathleen Sutherland (Boyhood) and Rachel Winters (Dallas Buyers Club).

The ME Film Festival is open to seasoned veterans and first-time filmmakers alike, as we curate only the best stories from hundreds of submissions. Our categories include drama, comedy, sci-fi, fantasy, horror, documentary, with special emphasis in international programming. There is also a short and feature length screenwriting competition, with a live cast reading of the nominated scripts. Winners are honored at our red carpet award ceremony.


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"FLYING FUR" in Doylestown, PA
May
4
9:00 AM09:00

"FLYING FUR" in Doylestown, PA

The Doylestown, PA Meet-Up featuring attendance by Paul Steklenski. This event is FREE.*

*Free attendance tickets for this event will be made available April 1st. Stay tuned for more information.

The Doylestown meet-up is a special event! Not only will Paul Steklenski attend this screening, but he’s also bringing along FLYING FUR 2, the “Pawty Bus!”

The "FLYING FUR" Doylestown premiere takes place at the historical County Theater and starts with a screening of the classic dog film "BENJI" at 9:00 a.m.. And, after a 15 minute intermission at 10:50a.m., concludes with the screening of "FLYING FUR."

Come and meet the characters in the documentary, Paul Steklenski, film directors Alicia Wszelaki and Matt Nothelfer, and even the canine stars.  They'll all take part in a pre-screening meet-and-greet.  Plus, after the screening they'll host a Q&A session.

This event is created in assistance with Doylestown resident Tony Arjona, an aviation enthusiast and cinema aficionado focused on supporting films in the Doylestown community.  Thanks Tony.  Be sure to check out Tony's 2019 Cinema Series! 

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"FLYING FUR" in Concord, NH
May
25
10:00 AM10:00

"FLYING FUR" in Concord, NH

MANCHESTER & CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 10am May 25th. LOCATION: Red River Theatre, Concord, NH

Path 88 Productions will be hosting a “FLYING FUR” screening in the southeastern region of New Hampshire.

If you’re in the area, please plan to come to the event and support local animal rescue!

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Ramsgate Film Festival, U.K.
Jun
13
to Jun 16

Ramsgate Film Festival, U.K.

  • 18 Wilfred Road Ramsgate, Kent CT11 7RB United Kingdom United Kingdom (map)
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The Ramsgate International Film and TV Festival

Set in England's Royal Harbour, and the stunning location to multiple award winning and acclaimed TV and Film productions, the third Ramsgate International Film and TV Festival will show new works and help promote film makers and cultural awareness. Our screenings will be complemented by an international programme of unique events and seminars, with high profile industry professionals. As an organisation committed to raising the bar on diversity, we particularly welcome submissions that embrace the BFI diversity standards.

We are honoured and proud that our Patron, BAFTA, Globe and Cannes Best Actress Winner and Oscar-nominated Brenda Blethyn, will select the winner of First Feature Film Category, and will be joined by Award winning guests.

Now in its third year, the Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival has quickly gained a reputation for screening high quality films and taking care of their film-makers. A beautiful bronze Anchor is awarded to the Best Film of the festival, as well as other prizes including the Brenda Blethyn special award for Best First Feature. Screenings will mainly take place at the Granville Cinema, Ramsgate, and a number of other coastal venues. With the backdrop of the stunning Royal Harbour, unique in the UK, Ramsgate also offers festival goers the opportunity to explore the area rich in culture, maritime heritage and historic architecture, as well as enjoying its waterside and cafés. The Vikings, Romans and early Christians, all first came to the UK via Ramsgate’s coast. Now, travelling by high speed train, London can be reached in 66 minutes and Paris and Brussels are only 2 hours 45 minutes away.

In the past two years, speakers have included the entertainment PR Gary Springer, Bond girl and Carry On actress Valerie Leon, Dee Anderson from the Thunderbirds, composer Simon Boswell, costume designer Tom Rand and The King's Speech producer Joan Lane.

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