Ashland, Oregon – The Ashland Independent Film Festival is excited to announce the full selection of musical and cinematic events scheduled for its live & outdoor festival running June 24-28 at venues in Ashland and Medford.
Film festivals are not alone in having to innovate the way they are doing business these days and going forward the on-line festival format is making a lot of sense. MovieMaker Magazine highlighted a handful of festivals that seem to be doing it well, including the Ashland Independent Film Festival.
The Ashland Independent Film Festival has assembled an intriguing and illuminating array of international independent films for the 28th annual Varsity World Film Week running October 6 through October 13 at the Varsity Theatre in downtown Ashland. The 13 films selected represent 23 countries, including Canada, Colombia, Lebanon, France, Thailand, Russia, Nepal, and the United States.
We are looking for storytellers for the LAUNCH Student Film Competition with short films that are innovative, creative, original, inspiring, relevant, compelling, entertaining, thought-provoking, funny, and unique.
Do you have a great story to share? Here’s what you need to know:
No entry fee—it’s FREE!
Films need to be 5 minutes or under.
Genres include animation, claymation, documentary, or narrative—it’s up to you!
Five categories: grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12, college undergrads, and PridePrize.
Oregon is host to two very exciting film festivals coming soon to Ashland Oregon as well as Eugene Oregon.
Either as a viewer of film maker you can visit these sites below to view the lists of films showing at the festivals. At Cinema Pacific, you get the chance to watch not only some interesting films from China but on Thursday April 7 the festival is hosting an interesting industry symposium featuring some top level producers including the producer of all of John Woo’s films. Continue reading... “Film Festivals coming to Oregon”