Pro Tools
•Register a festival or a film
Submit film to festivals Promote for free or with Promo Packages + merger



Enjoy here the best of both worlds: Portal with Film & Fest News and Social network for the festival community.  

Since 1995 we connect films to festivals and document the world of festivals worldwide.
We offer the most comprehensive festival directory of 6 000 festivals, browse festival blogs, film blogs...and promote yourself for free.

User login

Who's online

There are currently 0 users and 27 guests online.


bruno chatelin charicature

Welcome to the editor's blog on

The leading platform matchmaking film and festivals

119 628 subscribers to our newsletter, 970 000 uniques per year. 

Our community was established in 1995 for the film festival professionals, a place to learn, share, discover, promote and submit film, select film... 
If you are filmmaker looking to connect to festivals... we have designed successful packages to drive attention and interest from the festival programmers
If you are festival looking for shorts, docus and films from around the world, use the submission booster to connect to our new filmmakers in the circuit (50 000) They want to learn more before they connect to any of the 5000 festivals we listed here.

We can blast your press release to 12 000 media, 5 000 buyers...TRY US

This is YOUR community: join us and open a profile for free.


WINDA Film Festival returns this fall in Sydney giving a voice to indigenous cinema



Bringing indigenous voices from all over the globe to the silver screens of Sydney, WINDA Film Festival, returns for its second year, from Thursday 23 – Monday 26 November 2017.

After a widely successful inaugural year, the 2017 Festival will screen at Event Cinema George Street, Sydney.

WINDA Executive Director Medika Thorpe said, ‘I am very happy we were able to bring Winda back this year and to present another year of incredible Indigenous film and filmmakers from across Australia and around the world to Sydney audiences.”

Last year’s Festival showcased six feature films and four documentaries alongside 22 short films from more than eight countries, including 14 Australian premieres and one World premiere. Winda also featured two free Black Talks and Virtual Reality experiences and guests and artists travelled from all around Australia, the South Pacific and as far as Canada and USA to be a part of the event.

Finding a new home in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, WINDA is honoured to be partnering with Event Cinema George Street which is home to many film festivals within Sydney, year round.

“Event Cinemas is thrilled to be partnering with WINDA Film Festival. A festival that travels to many stories that reflect our past, present and future in relationship with the Australian Indigenous community and how the tapestry of these stories contribute to our understanding  of the significant imprint the traditional owners of the land have had and still have within our society today,” said Anthony Kierann Area General Manager of Event Cinemas.

The full 2017 Festival program will be announced in the coming weeks.





About Editor

Chatelin Bruno
(M21 Entertainment -

The Editor's blog




Be sure to update your festival listing and feed your profile to enjoy the promotion to our network and audience of 350.000.

Ask us for lost password.



Join us on Facebook:





Follow us on Twitter:




View my profile
Send me a message

User images