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The DC Independent Film Festival (DCIFF) will celebrate 21 years of service to filmmkaers from March 4 - 8, 2020, and we are looking for great material to show in Washington, DC., a media hub of the United States. We work with established and novice filmmakers by creating strong, popular film and media events that attract people and attention to independent film as a creative engine.  Our roots in Washington D.C. run deep. DCIFF, an internationally-recognized, award-winning festival, is 100% volunteer-run with a strong team under new management. 


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We look forward to receiving and reviewing your submissions,

Deirdre Evans-Pritchard, Executive Director, DCIFF


We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, color, sex, age or disability;  nor on the basis of film genre (we do not accept adult films), film length or film format. It is our intention that all submissions be given equal opportunity. All submissions are screened by a committee and selection decisions are made based on a mix of quality, originality, wow-factor, smarts, beauty and, where relevant, social value.  DC Premiere required, East Coast and U.S. Premieres preferred.  Our submission fees allow us to cover the cost of filmmaker support: press, screenings, seminars and outreach. 



DC Indie Film Fest (DCIFF) Call for Animation Submissions: Reg Deadline November 29 at FilmFreeway

For twenty years and counting, the DC Independent Film Festival has worked to help filmmakers and animators through exhibition, professional development and networking.  Sticking to a cutting edge profile, the festival programs with the aim of forwarding careers and has been successful in screening a number of Oscar-nominated animated shorts such as "Bear Story" and the glorious "Negative Space."  Director Max Porter, who has collaborated since 2007 with Ru Kuwahata...

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