The Last Harvest
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San Diego Latino Film Festival
Sunday, March 24 at 1:35 PM
AMC Fashion Valley 18 Screen 2, 7037 Friars Rd, San Diego, CA 92108
The San Diego Latino Film Festival is an 11 day celebration of Latino Cinema, Arts & Culture. The festival will present over 160 films from Latin America, the United States, and Spain.It was established 26 years ago initially as a student film festival (Cine Estudantil) focusing on works by Latinos and/or about the Latino Experience. Since that time, the San Diego Latino Film Festival has developed into one of the larger and well-respected Latino film festivals in the world. Over 325,000 people have attended during the past 26 years and over 3,880 films/videos from across Latin America and the United States have been screened.
Pasadena International Film Festival
Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 6:10 pm
Laemmle Playhouse 7 Movie Theatre 673 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
The Pasadena International Film Festival brings together filmmakers, artists, businesses, and the public for nine days filled with entertainment and education. Panels and workshops provide the general public with knowledge and culture, screenings provide entertainment, and business is generated as people mix and mingle after each screening, stopping into shops and stores, restaurants and lounges.
San Luis Obispo International Film Festival
Thursday, March 14 at 7 pm and Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 1 pm
Park Cinemas, 1100 Pine St, Paso Robles, CA 93446
The San Luis Obispo International Film Festival (SLOIFF) is headquartered in the quaint, sophisticated downtown of San Luis Obispo on the spectacular Central Coast of California. As a premiere 6-day annual event, the SLOIFF showcases contemporary and classic film screenings in a wide variety of venues, from the city’s classic art deco Fremont Theatre, to the popular independent Palm Theatre, with a variety of unexpected venues from the wine country of Paso Robles to the seaside towns of Avila Beach and Pismo Beach.
Deep in the Heart Film Festival
Sunday, March 31 at 2:30 pm CT
Hippodrome Orchestra Theater, 724 Austin Ave, Waco, TX 76701
Deep in the Heart Film Festival in Waco, Texas seeks to showcase the best in independent film from Texas, the US and the world. They share great films that are heart warming, heart breaking, and heart stopping. They also inspire filmmakers, create networking opportunities and show their guests some genuine Texas hospitality.
Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival
April 4 - April 20, 2019
Presented every April, MSPIFF is the largest international arts event in the region, exhibiting more than 250+ films from some 70 countries each year and drawing growing audiences of nearly 50,000 in 2016.
Richmond International Film & Music Festival
Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 4 pm ET
Movieland At Boulevard Square, 1301 N Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23230
RIFF, one of the largest international competitive film festivals in the Mid-Atlantic, brings more than 150 cutting edge film premiers to Richmond, Virginia plus nightly local, national and international music performances, panels and Q&As, the red carpet awards, and entertainment mixers all of which usher the spirit of Hollywood into RVA.
Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Saturday, February 9th at 4:30 PM
Lobero Theatre, 33 E Canon Perdido St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts and educational organization. Over the past 32 years, SBIFF has become one of the leading film festivals in the United States – attracting 90,000 attendees and offering 11 days of 200+ films, tributes and panels, fulfilling their mission to engage, enrich, and inspire people through the power of film. They celebrate the art of cinema and provide impactful educational experiences for our local, national and global communities.
Newport Beach Film Festival
April 25 - May 2
Newport Beach, California
Celebrated as one of the leading lifestyle film festivals in the United States, NBFF seeks to bring Orange County the best of contemporary filmmaking from over 50 countries all around the world. NBFF welcomes 65 of the area's best culinary destinations to serve at our parties, making us one of the largest culinary events in Southern California.
Boston Film Festival
April 11 - 16, 2019
The Boston Film Festival endeavors to present a program of films that entertain, enlighten and educate the audience. We are dedicated to supporting evolving filmmakers by providing a forum to showcase their artistic vision. The festival offers audiences first-hand access to the filmmakers and filmmaking process during the Q&A sessions with the Director and talent following every screening. The BFF continues its commitment to being a valued member of the city's cultural community contributing to the desirability of residing and working in the Bay State. Further, a rich history of programming illustrious films and featuring top actors elevates the international visibility of the region via publicity.
Dumbo Film Festival
Brooklyn, New York
Dumbo Film Festival (DFF) is a yearly event structured in monthly contests. Every month, each of the categories will be awarded and a final ceremony will be held every year in New York City’s district of Dumbo to award projects that have been judged the very best over the past year. This structure is meant to highlight both affirmed and emergent filmmakers and to launch promising artists into the world film stage.
USA Film Festival
April 24 - 28
The USA Film Festival is a Dallas-based, 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the recognition and encouragement of excellence in the film and video arts. YEAR-ROUND programs and events include the annual Spring USA Film Festival, now in its 49th year; the annual KidFilm® Family Festival, now in its 35th year, the oldest and largest-attended international children's film festival in the United States; special premieres; a 41-year-old Short Film Competition; year-round "Meet the Filmmakers" screenings; film series and retrospectives organized around important themes and filmmakers; presentations of restored prints on the big screen, and educational activities including filmmaker discussions and extensive community outreach activities.