International Film Fest
Miami International Film Festival (MIFF)’s mission is to bridge cultural understanding, encourage artistic development and excellence and broaden horizons by provoking thought through film. MIFF brings the finest new works from established and emerging filmmakers to Miami to foster the vision that film is transformative and engaging for all members of the community. Visit the website for the Miami Film Festival here.
Palm Beach International Film Fest
Now entering it’s 17th year the annual festival celebrates the best in American and foreign independent film at various locations throughout Palm Beach County. The 9-day event features screenings, seminars, student films from around the state of Florida, networking opportunities and parties all set against the background of our tropical South Florida beaches, waterways and venues. Visit the website for the Palm Beach International Film Fest here.
Florida Film Festival (Orlando)
Premieres of the best in cutting-edge current cinema; indulgent experiences in food and film; a blissful mix of industry parties and special events; a star-packed attendee list—this is the 20th annual Florida Film Festival, which takes place over 10 days around Central Florida from April 8 – 17, 2011.
Visit the website for the Florida Film Festival here.
Gasparilla Film Festival (St. Pete)
First launched in the summer of 2006, the Gasparilla International Film Festival (GIFF) has grown into an entertaining and educational year-round entity in Tampa Bay. Well-known for its annual film festival, GIFF is operated by the 501(c) 3 non-profit Tampa Film Institute and continually upholds its mission to provide year-long support for film screening, production, and education throughout Tampa Bay and the region. Visit the website for the Gasparilla Film Festival here.
Jacksonville Film Festival
The 2011 Jax Film Fest will surely be one of the most fun and exciting festivals we have held to date – filled with unique parties, specials screenings and secret guests. Visit the website for the Jacksonville Film Festival here.
Tallahassee Film Festival
The mission of the Tallahassee Film Festival is to nurture all aspects of film culture and stimulate economic development. The vision of the Tallahassee Film Festival is to establish Tallahassee as a major center of film culture. Visit the website for the Tallahassee Film Festival here.
Sarasota Film Festival
The mission of the Sarasota Film Festival is to celebrate the art of filmmaking and the contribution of filmmakers by hosting an international film festival and developing year-long programs for the economic, educational and cultural benefit of our community. Visit the website for the Sarasota Film Festival here.
Daytona Beach Film Festival
The DBFF is committed to showing films made in and by Florida film makers, and will give special recognition to the winning film entry made right here in the sunshine state. Visit the website for the Daytona Beach Film Festival here.
Digital Graffiti in Alys Beach
Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach is the world’s first projection art festival, with artists using the latest technologies to project their original works onto the town’s iconic white walls. Visit the website for the Digital Graffiti Festival here.
Torchlight Series 30A
The Torchlight Film Series screens contemporary feature films to residents who live along Florida’s scenic highway 30-A and brings in guest filmmakers and cinema experts to talk about film. Visit the website for the Torchlight Film Festival here.