We are excited to announce our inclusion in the 8th Annual South Dakota Film Festival. The South Dakota Film Festival is the premier film festival in South Dakota and the region. The SDFF has hosted premiere screenings for dozens of films including a regional premiere for Into the Wild. Films that have shown at SDFF have gone on to national critical acclaim, including Oscar Nominated Short Film – Miracle Fish. While the festival emphasizes films from the Great Plains, that is not the only focus. The goal of the “South Dakota Film Festival” is to screen the “best” films submitted regardless of their geographic origin.
The screening weekend of the South Dakota Film Festival runs September 25–28, 2014 in Aberdeen, SD. We will put our exact screening time up on the screening page when we have that information.
We’re excited to announce our New Mexico Premiere at the White Sands International Film Festival In Las Cruces, New Mexico Outside festival dates are September 3rd-7th, but we don’t have our screening times yet. This is especially exciting to us because the USDA Cotton Gin Research Facility, which provided amazing research for the film is in Las Cruces!
We are excited to announce our inclusion in the Portland Film Festival (August 26th-September 1st). We’ll post our screening time when we have it on the Screening Page. Portland FIlm Festival is a non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing filmmakers and audiences, and to celebrating the power of a good story. The festival focuses on the people, ideas, technology, skills and artistry behind filmmaking and provides both entertaining and educational opportunities to the public. The festival is anchored with three nights of outdoor screenings, offering its filmmakers one of the largest audiences available on the West Coast. The proud support of the City of Portland makes the festival possible.
We’re happy to be part of FilmDayton. The festival takes place August 22nd-24th. We’ll post screening times when we get them on our screenings page, FilmDayton is dedicated to fostering the growth of our regional film industry and audience.FilmDayton offers education, professional development, arts and production support to filmmakers in the region. As a major aspect of our mission, we host the annual FilmDayton Festival which introduces our audience to new short films from across the country and highlights features with a strong regional connection.
We’re excited to screen at this prestigious festival in Hollywood, California in August. We’ll post the screening time on the Screening Page when we have it. HollyShorts Film Festival (HSFF) is an annual short film festival showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe.
We excited to announce One Armed Man’s acceptance into the 7th Annual Columbia Gorge International Film Festival. We will have two screenings: Saturday, August 9th at the Camas Library (625 NE 4th Street, Camas WA, 98607) at 3 pm and Thursday, August 14th at the Fort Vancouver Library (901 C Street, Vancouver, WA, 98660) at 6 pm.
Columbia Gorge International Film Festival takes place in the pristine Pacific North West along the Columbia River, at the gateway of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Founded as the Washougal International Film Festival we have grown and stretched ourselves along the Columbia River to incorporate more of our beautiful natural surroundings and community members. Our festival is shaped by the artists and film makers involved. We are growing organically thanks to the incredible involvement by our alumni and participating artists. We are an international event with a community focus, CGIFF is open to all film makers and artists working within the medium of film. CGIFF combines public screenings with small forums to engage in a dialogue of social issues and cultural exchange through the powerful language of film in all genres. CGIFF showcases a variety of local, national and international films, aiming to share a broad range of films representing current affairs and relevant topics that affect our communities.