Nevada Film Festival

Nevada Film Festival
10795 West Twain
Suite 100
89135
Las Vegas, United States

All year, In progress
This film festival operates all year

Festival Overview

The 2013 Nevada Film Festival will be held in Las Vegas, November 28th - November 29th, 2013.

Taking place each year in the beautiful and exciting city of Las Vegas, the Nevada Film Festival is the Silver State's annual celebration of the very best in American and international cinema, bringing together top independent filmmakers, growing audiences and the film industry professionals who make it all possible.

The Nevada Film Festival offers filmgoers a rare opportunity to meet the filmmakers. Directors, screenwriters, cinematographers and actors eager to share their work will provide an exclusive inside look at the industry during post-screening Q&A's.

Set in the world's entertainment capital, and only a three and a half hour drive from Hollywood, the Festival will host several world and Nevada premieres, galas, mixers, and an awards ceremony for a singular festival experience. Films will be shown in the city that boasts one of the largest movie consumer groups in the world, a rich filmmaking history as well as fine dining, shopping, and exceptional recreational activities.

Awards

Each year the festival ends with the annual Closing Night Awards Ceremony where awards are given to celebrate the best filmmaking in each competitive category including directing, writing, cinematography and acting.

Cash prizes and product packages provided by our sponsors are also awarded to several category winners including the coveted Grand Jury Prize.

Genres

Advertising Animation Art-house Asian Black Children Comedy Documentary Drama Experimental Gay and Lesbian Historical Horror Independent Jewish Music Video National Religious Romance Science Fiction Short Silent Student Thriller TV Women

Known festival contacts Contacts
Brandon Parker
Director

Entries

Open to the public

Eligibility:

Anyone

Formats:

For the submission process, we can screen DVD's (Region 0 or 1), video files like .mov and .mpeg, or view your film on an external site such as YouTube. During the festival, we can screen on video including DVD and BluRay.

Fees:

Early Bird - Short: $30 / Feature: $35
Regular Deadline - Short: $35 / Feature: $40
Late Deadline - Short: $40 / Feature: $45
Extended Deadline - Short: $55 / Feature: $60

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