San Diego Film Week Events
San Diego Film Week offers screenings, parties and workshops highlighting San Diego’s top film festivals, talented filmmakers, and creative film organizations
Against all odds, Sophia Baker just scored her dream interview at the world-famous Semaphore Animation Studios -- who’d have thought a fan edit of one of their hit films could land her a shot at a job? But when she meets arch, mysterious executive Anne Palladon, she soon learns all is not as she expects behind the curtain. Every instinct Sophia has ever had about art in filmmaking is about to be challenged.
The 5th Annual San Diego Film Awards celebrates excellence in over 27 categories including acting, directing, writing, makeup and more. Held at Humphrey's by the Bay, this one night brings San Diego's film community together to celebrate and recognize the filmmakers, cast and crew that have excelled in their craft.
San Diego Film Awards Highlights:
Academy Awards Style Awards Show
Red Carpet and Interviews
VIP Opening Reception
Guest Stars and Presenters
27 Awards in 4 categories
5:30 PM: VIP Reception (separate ticket item)
7:00 PM: Film Awards Show
10:00 PM: Afterparty
This is San Diego film networking at it’s best. Join us before the big event for cocktails and appetizers and to meet and greet with some of San Diego’s finest filmmakers, actors, producers, directors and more. You won’t want to miss this. More info tbd.
A group of 4-H members band together to help a friend in need, and wind up learning many lessons, and that together they can achieve more than they thought possible.
Five identical scenarios produced by a film maker in various stages of his life with various budgets.
Based on a true story, "92115" is a comedic tale that follows a United States Postal Service carrier's trials and tribulations while encompassing some quirky characters during his brief career as a mailman in San Diego.
This film was made for the Film Consortium’s “Make a Short Film on a Low (or no!) Budget” Workshop
93 Miles tells the story of Miguel, a fictional baseball prodigy, whose journey is inspired by the many Cuban players who defected from Cuba prior to 2014. These young men made the difficult choice to leave the island, believing they could never return to see their loved ones. 93 Miles isn’t about the disappointment of leaving everything behind; this story is about the optimism in the future. Miguel’s story is an introspective observation about his opportunity and his decision. Over the course of this journey, you see both Miguel and our national pastime objectified and exploited at the hands of a greedy few.
A lengthy car ride concludes with awkward family banter between a prying mother and her two adult children.
Two San Diego artists share how a common creative interest lead to their friendship.
A man devoid of human connection and struggling with mental illness contemplates a mass murder.