Closing Party and Awards Ceremony
This event will close out the first ever San Diego Film Week with a night filled with food, libations and entertainment. Hosted by Mark Christopher Lawrence and held at the T- Gallery in San Diego's Little Italy district. More info coming soon!
The 48 Hour Film Project: From Dream to Screen
The 48 Hour Film Project is the world's oldest timed filmmaking competition. Filmmakers have 48 hours to write, shoot, score, edit, and submit a short film. On Friday night, filmmakers receive their film genre, a character, prop, and line of dialogue. All of those elements must appear in the film which is due Sunday night. It's a fast paced, high energy, super creative race to the finish line! What can YOU do with just 48 hours?
A Woman's Place
Hosted by Sue Vicory and presented by Heartland Films, this showcase is the first Film Consortium screening to bring together our diverse and talented local female filmmakers and celebrate their contributions to our community. This variety of locally produced films include quirky comedies and heartwarming dramas that either highlight the female experience or were directed by brand new and established local female directors
SD ❤ TJ- Binational Short Films Screening
SD ❤ TJ is a Binational Screening showcasing films from both San Diego and Tijuana, MX. Films from both cities will be showcased in this shorts showcase and many of the films showcase their respective cities as well as the complex relationship between them. This screening is taking place twice! Museum of Photographic Arts Screening: http://sdfilmweek.com/2017/section/sdlovestj/ FREE Cine Tonalá Tijuana screening: https://www.facebook.com/events/230656837395046/
SD ❤ LA -Short Film Screening
SD ❤ LA is a "Best of" Screening from both Film Consortium SD and NewFilmmaker Los Angeles. Films from both cities will be showcased in this shorts showcase. Films in this showcase were selected by the two organizations as representative of some of the best films produced in their respective cities. ___________________ NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization designed to showcase innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world, providing the Los Angeles community of entertainment professionals and film goers with a constant surge of monthly screening events. NFMLA provides a forum where filmmakers can be recognized for their contributions, have open audience discussions about their projects and connect with industry professionals for insight on distribution, production, acquisition and representation.
San Diego International Film Festival's Global Consciousness track
The San Diego International Film Festival produced by the San Diego Film Foundation, is the region's premier showcase for outstanding U.S. and International independent filmmaking. The San Diego Intl Film Festival uses film to explore global issues; to create dialog, to encourage self-reflection, and ultimately to develop empathy. Individuals can take in new perspectives and determine how that information might change their own views and actions within their communities.
SD Film Week Workshops
We're bringing out San Diego and LA organizations to do educational workshops during first-ever SD Film Week. This includes workshops from the SD City Special Events and Filming Office, Veterans in Film and Television, San Diego Filmmakers, SAG-AFTRA, New Media Rights, San Diego Entertainment and Sports Lawyers, Film Geeks and the Amalgamated Grommets!
Best of the San Diego Latino Film Festival
The San Diego Latino Film Festival was established 24 years ago as a student film festival focusing on works by Latinos and/or about the Latino Experience. Since that time, The San Diego Latino Film Festival has developed into one of the larger and well-respected Latino film festivals in the country. Over 305,000 people have attended during the past few years and over 3,680 films/videos from across Latin America and the United States have been screened.
Horrible Imaginings: Bringing Darkness to Sunny San Diego
The Horrible Imaginings Film FestivalTM is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that showcases art and film that explores the darker or more macabre sides of the human condition. The festival was founded in 2010 by Miguel Rodriguez in San Diego, California in order to promote and spotlight exemplary new artistic voices in what is commonly known as the horror genre. It is our mission to encourage an elevation of the genre through film discussion, question and answer sessions, panels, and other presentations.
Best of the GI Film Festival San Diego
The GI Film Festival San Diego presented by Sullivan Solar Power brings the stories of America’s service men and women to life through compelling and authentic films and events. The GI Film Festival San Diego returns October 18-22, 2017 with more film screenings, panel discussions, a family movie night, the awards ceremony and the Local Film Showcase, highlighting San Diego’s local military culture.
San Diego Asian Film Festival "2016 Audience Choice Winner"
The San Diego Asian Film Festival is one of the leading showcases of Asian cinema in North America and one of the biggest platforms for Asian American media anywhere. The festival is dedicated to highlighting the diversity and breadth of Pan Asian images, from impassioned independent voices and provocative documentary subjects, to the top hits from the world’s biggest continent and the latest works from the masters of cinema.