Potential participants and attendees will find a submission form, an events calendar, contact data, and audience feedback.
Held each summer, this festival covers the spectrum across the globe, but focuses on Australian and Asian Pacific film.
Find out all about a biennial Australian festival dedicated to the screening and appreciation of animation in its many and varied forms.
International Film Financing Conference is a three day meeting of filmbuyers and filmmakers which takes place each January in San Francisco.
Get details on this annual international film festival in Finland, including its history. Updates in Finnish and English.
Official site which lists films by country and genre. Find ticket prices, film profiles and an entry form for people who want to submit a film.
Articles assembled at this film festivals resource provide coverage of the 12th Rio Cine Festival, including a list of prize winners.
The Shanghai International Film Festival is one of the largest filmfests in Asia. It features local and international films and runs in Oct/Nov.
Read reviews of the Vietnamese films "The Wild Field" and "Collective Flat," or find other articles and interviews related to this film festival.
The Sydney Film Festival is an annual event held during June. Highlights include: features, shorts and documentaries from around the world.
Check out reviews of some of the two hundred films from thirty-five countries that played at this festival, and read related interviews.
Richard Phillips reports for the WSWS on what he calls "works of genuine artistry, worthy efforts, and some others" at this 1999 festival.
Richard Phillips' coverage of the annual festival includes reviews of the Max Ophuls retrospective, as well as the newer works.
Festival sponsored by this non-profit organization features shorts and feature length films by new filmmakers. Read about the line-up and awards.
Film festival resource provides the list of award winners at this 1996 festival in Japan, plus several articles about the event.
Annual film festival bills itself as an "equal opportunity" festival in that it doesn't charge for film submissions. Screenings are public.
Provides submission entry forms, a film guide, and news and event updates. Also offers sponsorship and contact details.
Online-only film festival presents new age works which inspire the spirit. View scenes from the movies and attend virtual workshops.