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Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
April 18, 2016
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival was named one of the "50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee in 2016" by MovieMaker Magazine. The full list will be printed in the magazine's spring issue.
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival is honored to receive this designation for the third consecutive year. This comes after hosting more than 10,000 attendees last October, where SFIFF presented Gena Rowlands with the Lifetime Achievement Award, just weeks before she received an honorary Academy Award.
Jacques Paisner, executive director and co-founder, says, "Receiving this designation for the third consecutive year cements the fact that this team is bringing national attention to Santa Fe as a center for independent film."
"Last year's SFIFF screened the U.S. premiere of The Seventh Fire(subsequently acquired by Film Movement), as well as 2015 festival hits,Songs My Brothers Taught Me and Krisha. The best thing about this fest, though, may be its loyal and eclectic community, from yearly favorites like cinematographer Lee Daniel and writer George R. R. Martin to visitors like (in 2015) Amazon's Ted Hope and special tribute honoree Gena Rowlands."- Moviemaker Magazine.
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival's organizers are proud to be
selected again as a "film festival worth the entry fee" and offer a big
thank you to MovieMaker Magazine.
The 2016 Santa Fe Independent Film Festival runs October 19-23, in historic downtown Santa Fe. The regular submission deadline is May 2nd. For more information, please visit: santafeindependent.com.
When: Regular Submission Deadline May 2nd
What: 8th Annual Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Where: Violet Crown, Lensic, Jean Cocteau, CCA, The Screen