Albuquerque International Film Festival (AIFF) is held in state-of-the-art theaters in upscale downtown Albuquerque. AIFF showcases a selection of new films from emerging filmmakers as well as providing a film conference like no other. Of special interest to Producers, writers, Actors, Managers and Agents AIFF is set to become THE festival to attend to meet as well as mingle with the deal makers and buyers of the international film market.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Established in 2011, Albuquerque International Film Festival (AIFF) is one of the premier showcases for U.S. and international independent film held annually in Albuquerque, NM. Each year, the entertainment community and film fans around the world will turn their attention to the Albuquerque International Film Festival. Interest and anticipation builds to a fevered pitch leading up to the AIFF, when movie lovers watch films, attend the glamorous ceremony and learn who will receive the highest honors in independent filmmaking.
We will be providing gear, cash, and most importantly full film sales options. Organizers are active film producers who are looking for additional film content for sales throughout the international film market places. There is no limit to how many of the submitted films that we can present to sales agents for distribution. Partnered up with Hollywood Media Bridge looking for content, the sky is the limit, so be sure you are following strict deliverable requests.
All films will be shown via video projection in a Convention
Center style meeting room, not in a theater. The room seats
approximately 300 people. Preferred format for screening is
DVD, NTSC, Region 1. We cannot accept 35mm films.
If your film is accepted, free 3-day badges
will be granted to those appearing to discuss the film (limit 3)
All scheduling of accepted films is at the discretion of the Festival
programmers. Please do not specify days or timeslots that you
may prefer. Films will be shown during regular daytime hours
of convention and during nighttime programming
By submitting your film on Film Free way you agree to The following:
The undersigned hereby certifies that:
(1) he/she is the creator and legal owner of the film;
(2) the film being submitted is in its completed and final form
and will not be changed between now and the time it is shown
at the Comics In Film Festival CIFF
(3) all film content is either original or dully licensed by its
respective owner for use in the submitted film;
(4) all necessary consents, licenses and clearances from any
trademark, copyright or other proprietary interest holder for
content used in the submitted film have been obtained and
provided to CIFF
(5) the undersigned has read, understood and will comply with
the rules relating to the CIFF. The undersigned hereby
indemnifies and agrees to defend CIFF for and against any
third-party claims relating to the submitted film.
Comics In Film Film Festival 2015
In 2015, the Comics In Film Festival
celebrates it’s 3rd year as
a juried event. The jury will consist of
members working in industries related
to filmmaking and the popular arts.
Please read the following carefully.
Some rules have changed from previous
General rules for entry
1. Films submitted should be in one of the following
(limited to genre and pop culture topics)
• Science Fiction/Fantasy
2. All films must be appropriate for an all-ages audience or specified to The over 18 slot.
3. All films must be no longer than 95 minutes in length.
4. Films previously submitted
to the CIFF, whether accepted or denied, cannot be entered
5.To be accepted, submitted films must be completely
edited and in their final completed form.
Rough cutsor unfinished material will not be considered. Please do not
submit trailers, test footage or scenes from upcoming films.
6. It is the responsibility of the filmmaker to obtain, in writing,
all necessary consents, licenses and clearances from any
trademark, copyright or other proprietary interest holder
(such as, but not limited to brands, music, characters, etc.)
for content used in the submitted film. A copy of any such
consents, licenses and clearances shall be included with the
submission of the film. By submitting a film, filmmaker licenses
CIFF to screen and otherwise use the film as part of the CIFF