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

User login

Filmfestivals.com + fest21.com 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.

Who's online

There are currently 0 users and 44 guests online.

Hollywood

Jessabelle, Review: Voodoo in the Bayou

Jessabelle, Review: Voodoo in the Bayou Jessabelle, co-incidentally similar in its title and name of its central character to another recent horror film, Annabelle, follows the time-tested setting of a country house surrounded by a lake (bayou, in this case) and woods, where a solitary woman faces demons that have a bone to pick with her, and with her kith and kin. It has a great-looking heroine with a starry presence, but a plot that is almost absent for 3/4ths of the film, convoluted when i...

Digital Deeds Done Dirty: SONY Hack & Streisand Effect & JenLaw/ScarJo Nudie Theft

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent UPDATED: SONY Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton was slated to give his “All Hands” speech* this week about the Sony Hack, whereby on or about 11/24, “hackers” opened 38,000 documents with private employee and performance data to the world via web releases on Fusion and BitTorrent, among other sites. The details of the data breach are astounding, and point to major security flaws in SONY security. But this latest infractio...

Kevin Costner & Christopher Nolan In Person, American Cinematheque, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS By Adrienne Papp                 December 5 – 17, 2014   EGYPTIAN THEATRE ...

DISCOUNTED ENTRY FEE! LAST DAY!

user
Take advantage of a discounted submission fee TODAY ONLY!!!  Just follow our website instructions.  Go to www.nohocinefest.com for details.  Submit your film to our 2nd Annual festival, which will take place over week long period in April in the heart of Los Angeles!  HURRY!     ...

DISCOUNTED ENTRY FEE! LAST DAY!

user
Take advantage of a discounted submission fee TODAY ONLY!!!  Just follow our website instructions.  Go to www.nohocinefest.com for details.  Submit your film to our 2nd Annual festival, which will take place over week long period in April in the heart of Los Angeles!  HURRY!     ...

10 CONTENDERS REMAIN IN VFX OSCAR® RACE, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   10 CONTENDERS REMAIN IN VFX OSCAR® RACE, By Adrienne Papp By Adrienne Papp November 6, 2014   The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences yesterday announced that 10 films remain in the running in the Visual Effects category for the 87th Oscars®. The films are listed below in alphabetical order:                     ...

2015 Newport Beach Film Festival Deadline Approaching!

user
Enter your film today to be a part of the 2015 Newport Beach Film Festival! The Newport Beach Film Festival regular deadline is DECEMBER 19th.   During the week of the festival, Newport Beach Festival hosts over fifteen special events and mixers, including our intimate Sunset Series receptions for filmmakers, that offer the opportunity to meet fellow filmmakers and industry professionals.   FEATURE FILM: $65 SHORT FILM: $55   The Festival will run from April 23rd to April...

Exodus-Gods and Kings, Review: Wrath and bloodbath

Exodus-Gods and Kings, Review: Wrath and bloodbath Exodus is the name of a long novel by Leon Uris, published in 1958, about the establishing of the modern state of Israel, and set in 1947, but this film goes back some 2300 years, to THE Exodus. It was to be titled just Exodus, but the copyright to the name was already taken, so the ‘Gods and Kings’ sub-title had to be added. Exodus-Gods and Kings is an epic on the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt 300-400 years before Chris...

Highland Film Group Closes major Territory Sales on Chevy Chase Starred “Shelby” By Adrienne Papp

    By Adrienne Papp Highland Film Group Closes major Territory Sales on Chevy Chase Starred “Shelby” Highland Film Group (HFG) today announced the closing of major territory sales, including: US, UK, France, Australia and more, on Brian K. Roberts’ Christmas heart-warmer SHELBY, starring Chevy Chase (CADDYSHACK, COMMUNITY), John Paul Ruttan (ROBOCOP), Tom Arnold (TRUE LIES), and the vocal talents of Rob Schnei...

What Does Atlantic Publicity Do? Why Is this Company Number One in its Field?

www.PublicityLosAngeles.com   What Does Atlantic Publicity Do?  Our mission at Atlantic Publicity is to bring people out of the unknown into the known and lead them to success.   Increase revenue, create profit, and let the public know about their stories. A story   bears a great deal of  importance because that is what readers and customers relate to the most,  but  also remember the most.  That is how John Travo...

Explorers - Bahamas Film Festival

user
  My name is Christopher Andre. I am a 28-year-old screenwriter. I graduated from Columbia College in Chicago and currently reside in Atlanta GA. Script Shark recently scouted my script Explorers and I am going to the Bahamas film festival.  Looking forward to networking and working on my script for this trip. I am also reaching out to production companies as a producer so I can get the TV World interested on my script. As time goes on look for updates on my blog     ...

2015 Newport Beach Film Festival Thanksgiving Special

user
The 2015 Newport Beach Film Festival will spotlight over 350 films from over 50 different countries, including short and feature length narrative, documentary, animated and student films. In addition to film screenings, the Festival hosts premiere galas, question and answer sessions with filmmakers, and an industry seminar series whose past participants have included Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network), Linda Woolverton (Beauty and the Beast), John Lee Hancock (Saving Mr. Banks), and Joe Walker (1...

Interstellar, Review--Gravity of the situation: Galactic Wormhole or Earthy Dust-bowl?

Interstellar, Review-- Gravity of the situation: Galactic Wormhole or Earthy Dust-bowl?   Mainly based on the scientific theories of Kip Thorne, Interstellar is a film that Steven Spielberg was to direct, and took about nine earthly years to land on planet IMAX (probably the last one to be shot on IMAX 15/70 format), courtesy spaceships Warner and Paramount. Thorne is an American Caltech physicist theoretical physicist who has written academic books on general relativity, colla...

Big Hero 6, Review: Disney Marvel in San Fransokyo

                              Big Hero 6, Review: Disney Marvel in San Fransokyo Heroes 6 is fine for young children, since there is almost no swearing, the violence is not really graphic, there is no sex, some drinking is seen at a party, the word ‘nerd’ is used tongue-in-cheek, the hero plays an ‘illegal’ game of Bot (robot) Fighting and makes money by illegally betting on it (this is a ne...

The Best of Me, Review: Trials and Tribulations alias Love v/s Bullets

The Best of Me, Review: Trials and Tribulations alias Love v/s Bullets Author-producer Nicholas Sparks is on a nine-hole course as his ninth novel is shaped into a film by William Hoffman. The Best of Me is a curiously misleading title that could easily have been associated with a Jim Carrey contortion. Instead, it is a heady, mushy concoction of love and dignity, selflessness and eternity. Former high school sweethearts Amanda Collier and Dawson Cole reconnect after 25 years when their ment...

Gone Girl, Review: Come guys, meet the murderous, disappeared, kidnapped, psychopath

Gone Girl, Review: Murderous, disappeared, kidnapped, psychopath It’s not a bird, it’s not a plane, it’s not Superman; it’s a scheming, vengeful, plotting, suicidal, murderous, ‘gone’ wife. Gone Girl, directed by David Fincher and based upon the bestselling novel by Gillian Flynn, read by many Indians too, unearths the secrets at the heart of a modern American marriage, one marriage that could typify many more. On the occasion of his fifth wedding annivers...

New Italian film taking a twist on the "selfie" with star studded cast will be sold at AFM 2014 by Little Studio Films.

Little Studio Films has announced the worldwide distribution representation of  WAX: WE ARE THE X,  Italian director Lorenzo Corvino ‘s debut feature and will be showing it at the AFM 2014 and film festivals throughout the world. Wax: We Are the X is a unique film that takes viewers on an adventure that is shot entirely in a POV perspective using various devices. The action begins when a mysterious video is given to reporters detailing a road trip to the Riviera of three ...

Nightcrawler, Review: Run for it!

                                             Nightcrawler is a ‘media thriller’, set in the nocturnal underbelly of contemporary Los Angeles. Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of L.A. crime journalism. Finding a group of freelance camera crews who film car crashes, fires, murder and other mayhem, Lou muscles into the cut...

Fury, Review: What war does to you

Fury, Review: What war does to you April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European war-zone, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) Collier commands a Sherman tank and its five-man crew, on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. He is the only survivor in a deadly German ambush, but manages to stay hidden till they leave, and drives his tank back to base. There, after barely recovering from the battle, he is sent on another mission, with a new crew. Outnumbe...

Ouija, Review: Oui et Ja? More like Non and Nein

                                     Ouija, Review: Oui et Ja? More like Non and Nein It’s a Hasbro game. Hasbro is an American company that began as Hassenfeld Brothers. It makes toys and owns franchises like G.I. Joe, Transformers, Mr. Potato Head, Scrabble and Monopoly. Ouija, pronounced Wee-ja, was patented as a spirit board or talking board game in 1890 and acquired by Hasbro in 1991. It c...

Honeymoon, Review: Obsessed groom, possessed wife

                                                      Honeymoon, Review: Obsessed groom, possessed bride Honeymoon is a horror film directed by Leigh Janiak, and her feature film directorial debut. It stars Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway as a newly married couple whose honeymoon ends up being ruined by a series of strange events that prove fatal. Though less t...

Supernatural Asian Drama, FREEDOM DEAL: Mobile Screenings in Cambodia

  Camerado's original supernatural Asian historical dramatic movie, FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky, set along the Cambodia-Vietnam border in 1970 during the Vietnam conflict, continues to enjoy popular support and appreciation internationally - and on the ground in Cambodia in well. A series of October 2014 sidewalk and street screenings in Phnom Penh and in the rural Cambodian countryside, demonstrated conclusively a striking level of popular local support for this pion...

What If, Review: The F Word is a Fun Watch

What If What If (alternate title The F Word) is the story of medical school dropout Wallace, who's been repeatedly scarred by bad relationships. So, while everyone around him, including his room-mate Allan seems to be finding the perfect partner, Wallace decides to put his love life on hold. It is then that he meets Chantry, a flirty animator who lives with her long-time boy-friend, Ben. Wallace and Chantry form an instant connection, striking up a close friendship, that includes bonding ...

Left Behind, Review: Vital stuff left behind

Left Behind A reboot of Left Behind: The Movie, Left Behind is an apocalyptic film, based on the New York Times’ bestselling novel, that brings biblical prophecy to life in the present day world--and on board an aeroplane, during a transatlantic flight, piloted by the protagonist. The biblical Rapture strikes the world. Millions of people disappear without a trace. All that remains are their clothes and belongings, terror and chaos spread around the world. The vanishings cause unmanned...

Annabelle, Review: Baby, Doll and the Possession

Annabelle: Baby, Doll and the possession In the milieu of The Conjuring, comes Annabelle. The film starts with the same opening scene from The Conjuring, in which two young women and a young man in 1968 are telling paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren about their experience with a doll they believe to be haunted, known as Annabelle. From there, it goes back in time one year to tell the tale of how the doll came to be imbued with the demonic force that resides within it. John (Ward...
gersbach.net