Las Vegas Film Festival

Las Vegas Film Festival
124 South 6th Street
Suite 237
89101
Las Vegas, United States

Tel: 702-485-3456

2018,
Wed 6th Jun to Sun 10th Jun
Submission deadline: Sat 31st Mar 18

Festival Overview

The Las Vegas Film Festival is a community of filmmakers and film-lovers drawn to the unique, curious and cultivating environment that is Las Vegas. The LVFF pushes the boundaries of cinema, annually presenting work by passionate, rebellious, and wild storytellers to an audience of local and national filmmakers, film lovers, journalists, and film industry representatives. For more information, please email info@lvff.com, visit www.lvff.com and find the festival on facebook.com/lasvegasfilmfest, twitter.com/lvfilmfest, vimeo.com/lasvegasfilmfestival


Festival Press
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/las-vegas-film-festival-finds-723112
http://lasvegasweekly.com/ae/film/2014/aug/06/las-vegas-film-festival-steps-up-seventh-year/#.U-O_JAQT-Qk.facebook

Awards and Jury
Each year the Las Vegas Film Festival appoints industry professionals as the official Jury to select the winners for each category to celebrate achievements in outstanding filmmaking.

Awards

The Las Vegas Film Festival recognizes filmmaking achievement through juried and balloted awards. Thanks to our jury members from 2017, Thomas Mahoney, Chuck Akin, and Lou Taylor Pucci, who spent hours enjoying the films. We hope to see you and new faces next year! Here’s a special announcement from Lou Pucci for this year’s festival winners! https://www.facebook.com/lasvegasfilmfest/videos/10154930546259833/ #LVFF

LVFF 2017 AWARDS
Best Short -- Shy Guys
Best Animation -- Pussy
Best Vegas Cinema -- Mary Shelley’s Frankenweed
Audience Award Music Video Lab -- Christina Najar/Scartoon
Best Music Video -- Terror (from Steady Holiday)
Best Wildcard -- 5 Stages of Dying
Best Documentary -- The Rabbit Hunt
Best Feature -- Gook
Best in Show -- American Paradise

Genres

Animation Comedy Documentary Drama Experimental Independent Music Video Romance Short Student TV Women

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Entries

Open to the public

Eligibility:

•More than one entry may be submitted. Each entry must be submitted separately.
•Films produced in languages other than English must have legible English subtitles or be dubbed in English. (unless special arrangements have been made with festival).
•Entrants are responsible for obtaining any necessary licenses, royalties, release forms, clearances, permits necessary to present their work.
•The selection committees’ and juries’ decisions are final.

Formats:

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