Grand Junction Film Festival

Grand Junction Film Festival
2497 Interlochen Ct.
Grand Junction, Colorado
Grand Junction, United States

Tel: 1-970-683-0157


Art-house Comedy Documentary Experimental Foreign Language Gay and Lesbian Horror Independent Student

Festival Overview

In its second year, the Grand Junction Film Festival aims to expand its size. This year, the screenings will take place at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction Colorado. For two days, films from all over the world will be screened to the public. We will be doing Q & A Sessions with our filmmakers in attendance (plus cast and crew) and we will have several musical performances in between screenings.

There is no entry fee for this festival, because we don't want any restriction or hesitation in the minds of our filmmakers for entering this festival. Money should never get in the way of bringing creativity to the mainstream. The Grand Junction Film Festival exists simply to entertain and celebrate the art of film.


Best Feature
Best Short
Audience Choice Award


Open to the public

Entry is open to everyone. Students, recent grads, and animators are encouraged to apply.

The two categories we have are Short Film and Feature Film. Anything that runs under 45 minutes will be considered a Short Film, and any film submitted that exceeds 45 minutes will be considered a Feature Film for this festival.

If you are submitting a short film under 10 minutes, please upload your film to a third party website (Youtube, Vimeo, etc) and email us a link.

For all other entries, please mail a non-returnable DVD to the film festival office. The DVD MUST BE in NTSC format (readable and burned for regions in North America), or a Quicktime File (.mov) on a data DVD or CD.

If you have any questions about which format to submit your film for review, please contact us via email.

No "in-progress" or incomplete films will be accepted at this time.

There are no entry fees associated with this festival

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