Arlington International Film Festival HIGH SCHOOL CATEGORY

Arlington International Film Festival HIGH SCHOOL CATEGORY
21 Kimball Rd #1
Watertown, United States

Tel: 857 209 1122

Festival Overview

To foster an increased appreciation for all cultures by show-casing the real lives of people all over the world through independent films, and to nurture the next generation of talent filmmakers.


Best of Festival, Best Documentary, Best Feature Narrative, Best short Documentary, and Best short Narrative. Best Animation Best High School Filmmaker


Action Adventure Animation Art-house Asian Black Black Comedy Children Comedy Documentary Drama Educational Experimental Family Foreign Language French Gay and Lesbian Historical Independent Jewish Martial Arts Music Video Musical Natural History Political Reality Romance Science Fiction Short Sport Student Teen Travel TV Western Women

Apply via Film Freeway

Known festival contacts Contacts
April L Ranck
Executive Director


Open to the public


The Festival offers a unique opportunity for cross-cultural education by promoting understanding of the many cultures represented in our town and beyond. The Festival is a means for recognizing that such diversity enriches our community. We believe that AIFF annual international film festival highlights core values and aspirations we share in common with our culturally diverse neighbors and with all members of the global human family.


Films will be screened as DROPBOX - WE TRANSFER - DCP - DVD format. If works are not in English, they must have English subtitles since all selected works will be shown in their original language.


There are no entry fees associated with this festival

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