The International Fine Arts Film Festival screening Animation, Dance, Documentary, Experimental & Narrative, on respective pages. 103 films from 23 Countries filled with artists..
A screening schedule for the 5th Season is now available. Films in each Category have information; and each category has their own Festival Screening, Go to Category Page for screenings. Season 6 is now open on Film Freeway.
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The International Fine Arts Film Festival is a creative effort to screen films from around the world in the disciplines of the arts. We are essential for talented professionals and students to show their work. There are many art disciplines inspired by the muses: Visual and performance arts, story-telling of tragedy, comedy, poetry and the spoken word, dance, music, science, and formats in animation and experimental that often combine disciplines. International artist Rita Blitt is a Cannes award-wining example of blending the arts of painting, photography and dance with her film Caught in Paint. Watch below.
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ONE. Screening in NARRATIVE.
Becoming. Screening in DANCE
Ashlock. Screening in DANCE
Return. Screening in Animation
Anacronte. Screening in Animation
Go!Go! Screening in Animation
The Hole. Screening in Animation
Pretty Vacant. Screening in Documentaries
Crossing the Swamp. Screening in Documentaries
Gloria's Call. Screening in Documentaries
Same Direction.Screening in Documentaries
ReleaseD. Screening in Documentaries
Upwell. Screening in Experimental.
Still Untitled.Screening in Narrative.
Art Libre. Screening in Documentary.
New Deal for Public Art. Screening in Documentary.
At the Limit of Feeling. Screening in Dance.
Nutcracker:Suite & Spicy. Screening I Documentary.
The Birch Grove. Screening in Dance.
In The Same Direction: Socrates's Trial. Screening in Documentary.
Quantum Logos: Going beyond the limitations of classical logic this film uses images as poetry to represent the quantum world
Award-winning film at Cannes, meshing the visual arts: painting, photography and the performing arts, with the creative hand of international artist Rita Blitt.
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