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 virtual festival begins May 22nd and runs through June 14th. Learn how it works
here. Continue reading... “Ashland Makes MovieMaker Magazine “Best Online Film Fest” List 2020”
THREE #OregonMade film festivals; Ashland International Film Festival, BendFilm and Portland Film Festival, all made MovieMaker Magazine’s 2019, “Top 50 Film festivals Worth the Entry Fee.” Congrats!
Read more about what they had to say about each of these quality festivals.
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Ashland International Film Festival, BendFilm, and Portland Film Festival all made the cut for the MovieMaker 2018 “50 Best Film Festivals Worth The Entry Fee.”
Here is what MM had to say about each:
AIFF: “ Submitting to screen at this five-day Southern Oregon fest comes with the promise that your film will be viewed and evaluated by more than one screener. Ashland Independent Film Festival’s crowd of over 7,000 fills out the art-deco Varsity Theatre, historic Ashland Armory, and other venues to take in over 90 doc, feature, and short selections. Continue reading... “Ashland, Bend + Portland Film Fests Again Make MovieMaker’s “Best 50 Film Fests Worth The Entry Fee””
MovieMaker Magazine voted Eastern Oregon Film Festival #EOFF as one of the 25 “ Coolest Film Festivals In The World, 2017″. MovieMaker noted that the “Coolest Film Festivals in the World come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing holds true about them all—they have a certain something that makes attendees not want to leave.”
MovieMaker chose #EOFF because it is a “hand-crafted festival that delivers quality and a wide-open sensibility without much hubbub.” We could not agree more! Continue reading... “Eastern Oregon Film Festival Makes MovieMaker Magazine’s “Coolest Film Fests In The World, 2017”!”
Ashland is MovieMaker’s #5 in the magazine’s “ Best Places To Live and Work as a MovieMaker 2016: Top 10 Small Cities and Towns”.
This is what MovieMaker had to say about Ashland: ” The great Pacific Northwest… my, how screenwriters, directors and cinematographers love you. While Vancouver, Portland and Seattle battle for the blockbuster flicks and moody TV shows, this scenic, low-key small town in Oregon of around 20,000 people keeps building a hearty film community.
Ashland is unusually dedicated to the arts.
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