Wild & Scenic Film Festival takes our festival “On Tour,” partnering to produce nearly 250 events each year. Events are hosted by a diverse array of environmental nonprofits, schools, museums, and businesses, each creating unique film festivals in their own communities and using the festival to raise funds, reach new contacts, and raise awareness of local issues. Learn how to bring the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to your town.
Impact Releasing/VetFlicks (IR/VF) is a veteran owned media marketing, advertising and sales collaborative. Founder Marcus Bovee has been a part of the release of over 435 features in his two decades at the studios and created Impact Releasing/VetFlicks to fill the gap for quality independently made content to have access to theatrical exhibition. IR/VF is also recognized by exhibition trade organizations as a pipe line of exceptionally high quality socially conscious and relevant content.
Listed as one of the “Top 50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee” by MovieMaker Magazine, the San Jose International Short Film Festival is honored to present an incredible array of World Class short films from across the globe to excited Silicon Valley audiences.
The 12th Annual festival returns in 2020 for an innovative “Home Edition” October 22nd - 25th, 2020.
Our Mission: To restore and conserve the historical functions and vitality of the Rio Grande Basin in Colorado for improved water quality, agricultural water use, riparian health, wildlife and aquatic species habitat, recreation and community safety while meeting the Rio Grande Compact.
Arizona Women’s Film Festival promotes a world where people thrive as healthy, equal, and integrated members of all communities while fostering respect, inclusiveness, and integrity. Through the medium of film, we explore the femxle-focused experience from all angles.
Every year like clockwork, nearly twenty thousand Sandhill Cranes descend on Colorado’s scenic San Luis Valley for a six-week stopover to rest and refuel before continuing their northward spring migration. The Monte Vista Crane Festival is a collaboration of the Friends of the San Luis Valley National Wildlife Refuges, the town of Monte Vista, the Monte Vista Chamber of Commerce, and Rio Grande County. The festival brings many people from all over Colorado and North America. We endeavor to educate the public about these amazing birds and the role that the Monte Vista Refuge plays in providing food and habitat essential for the survival of these majestic birds.
We are an independent advisory and consulting firm supporting rapidly-growing companies and startups of all sizes. We have worked successfully with entrepreneurs, small businesses, and technology companies to execute outbound campaigns, consult on account-based marketing, and provide strategic input to ignite their sales.
Our event gathers actors and filmmakers from the local community, to create a series of EDUtainment (Education + Entertainment) short films. Influencers, Filmmakers, Writers, Actors, Directors, Cinematographers and more, have joined our very important global movement to tell creative stories, which aim to help people become more financially literate.
Founder Teddy Grouya sought to create a forum to celebrate and promote documentary film, and the independent filmmakers around the world who bring knowledge and awareness through their stories about real people and issues. AmDocs is “One of the Top 100 Best Reviewed Film Festivals in the World” on FilmFreeway.
We are proud to present the 9th annual SEATTLE ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL, showcasing over 120 films by and about Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders across North America. Join us as we screen independent films that share the collective experiences and individual Asian American stories across different worlds and within our local city of Seattle.