Science! She blinded me with science! “Science and science fiction are essentially the same…they’re both the same,” says Star Trek’s William Shatner. Thanks again to our wonderful submitters and supporters! We're now submitting for #CISFFF2020.

This year's SciFi & Fantasy film event was held Sunday, 10/20/2019 from 3-9 PM at The Bug Theater, 3654 Navajo Street, Denver Colorado 80211. Details, https://infiniteperimeter.com/2019/10/25/cisfff2019-colorado-intl-scifi-fantasy-film-festival-announces-award-winners/

Also, we’re now submitting for Colorado International Activism Film Festival #CIAFF2020 and Colorado Intl. Cannabis & Hemp Film Festival #CICHFF2020.

We like "quirky" scifi and fantasy characters including mummies, monsters, aliens, space invaders, body snatchers and zombies ...the undead, generally, especially politicians!

We like space-related fantasies along the lines of Gravity (2013) and Daniel Espinosa's Life (2017). We like thrillers like The Thirteenth Floor (1999). We would love to showcase your expose similar to Peter Hyams' Capricorn One (1977), a government conspiracy thriller film about a Mars landing hoax.

We're interested in documentaries along the lines of Behind the Curve by Daniel J. Clark that discuss cosmological models & evolving associated cultural movements like "Flat Earth." We would love to showcase your documentary presentations like Thrive: What on Earth Will it Take? (2011) and The Principle (2014), which critique standard models.

We're interested in dramas and documentaries that explore evolving filmic, photographic & experiential technologies, VR, gaming, motion capture, SFX, VFX and new lens & camera technologies. How did Luc Besson achieve all that awesome imagery in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)? Who wasn't blown away by Ready Player One (2018)?

We like travel narratives & expeditions - both modern & ancient, documentary & dramatic. We especially like complicated time travel stories along the lines of Triangle (2009), Predestination (2014), Primer (2004), Looper (2012), In Time (2007), The Time Traveler's Wife (2009) and Timecrimes (2007).

We like dystopian stories like HULU's The Handmaid's Tale (2017). We love exploring strange futuristic worlds like Blade Runner 2049 (2017) where technological advances in robotics and artificial intelligence threaten to destroy the very fabric of humanity and the universe.

The Bug Theater, Denver Open Media (DOM), Alamo Drafthouse, University of Colorado & most venues that host our events are non-smoking venues. Please consult their websites for more rules and guidelines.

We anticipate submissions from many countries. Activists submit short & feature-length films, screenplays, music/songs, art and photos for consideration by our team of 3-8 judges, which may change seasonally.

We regret that we are unable to screen all of our official selections. As our festival grows locally in popularity & sponsorship, we hope to invite partners and volunteers from the Denver metro area and surrounding counties. We hope to hold panels and debates.

While our live events are gaining popularity and sponsorship locally, they may be lightly attended. Please plan accordingly. We very much appreciate your sharing our awards and posts with your Colorado-based social media to include Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

All plans and practices are subject to change without notice. If you're interested in volunteering, helping judge submissions and/or writing film & music reviews, which we may publish at our websites, please call/text us, (720) 298-1524.

Depending on the number and types of submissions we receive, we may provide alternative and/or additional awards. Please consult our current Awards Master, which we update yearly, https://infiniteperimeter.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Awards-Master-Update-8-11-19-Copyright-Infinite-Perimeter-Films-All-Rights-Reserved.pdf.

We're happy to provide custom certificates to film festival submitters at the conclusion of our live event. Please check out a sample certificate, https://infiniteperimeter.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/CIAFF2019-Fir-Award-A-Thousand-Needles-EDIT.pdf.

As our festival acquires sponsorship and funding, we hope to offer cash and other types of awards to talented activist filmmakers and creatives. In the meantime, submitters, judges, volunteers & award winners are automatically enrolled in Association of International Activist Filmmakers (a $100 value). You are invited to list the society on your portfolio/CV. Create your complimentary profile w/ picture, cover and link here, https://aiafilmmakers.org/

All donations go toward supporting filmmakers, photographers, artists, musicians & writers. You rock! Contact us: In Care Of 4259 West Florida Avenue, # 19495 Denver, Colorado, USA [80219]. If we do not respond to your email or snail mail within the time frame you expect, please don't hesitate to TEXT/CALL (720) 298-1524.

All plans and practices are subject to change without notice. We regret that we are unable to screen all of our official selections. In general, we select festival screeners from Award Winners, Finalists and Semi-Finalists. Sometimes we screen "Selected" submissions. Please see our websites for guidelines. We're not fans of extreme gore & violence. Ditto for lots of bad language and cursing.

Please note, beginning January, 2020, to become eligible to screen your submission and earn awards, we ask that you create a free "picture & cover" profile with AIAFilmmakers.org.

Script submissions must contain a cover page. Script submissions under a pen name must be pre-approved by festival organizers prior to submission. Submission Statuses (Award, Finalist, Semi-Finalist, Selected) may change as requirements are satisfied. If you receive an "Incomplete" or "Disqualified" status, please call/text us for clarification. If you have pressing, immediate, very important questions or concerns re: your submission, please do not send them to us via email! Instead, please don't hesitate to call/text us, (720) 298-1524.

All refund requests are handled at the discretion of our festival organizers. If submitters have a valid reason for a refund request, we will do our best to provide refunds and/or waiver codes. Please note that non-acceptance to our festival is not a valid reason for a refund. Please check out these guidelines, https://filmfreeway.com/help.

All submissions must be the original work of the submitterr/creative. Non-English speaking films and music videos should be subtitled in English. Music videos should be music-track centric, featuring the music/song/lyrics as the primary content, one single track from start to finish (not including credits). Also, music videos should include the musician & song title in the title and on-screen credits.

A short or feature-length film that is highly visual with music added to emphasize, augment, & illustrate visual content would not qualify as a "music video." Please submit these under "All Categories." Please be sure your submission is relevant to the theme of our festival!

After we select a submission and the submitter is notified, the submission will eventually be published in PDF format on our festival web sites, InfinitePerimeter.com and/or AIAFilmmakers.org.

Award, Finalist, Semi-Finalist, Selected and Non-selected submissions will be published..

Withdrawn statuses will not be listed. If you do not wish your submission to show as "Non-selected" please withdraw it prior to the Notification Date. Please allow a few weeks following the conclusion of festival live events to find your submission(s) listed at our websites.

Once you are notified, please be sure your uploaded submission is made downloadable to our team via FilmFreeway or Vimeo, preferably. We can also download from YouTube and/or other means by agreement. We download your media to our hard drives and create playlists for screening at our live events.

Generally, at the conclusion of our call for submissions and live event, we publish an Event Program, a Poster, USA Awards, INTL Awards, Nominees, and All Submitters (PDF) at our websites. Also, please find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

You are invited to upload to FilmFreeway your promotional photos in JPEG format with a 20-30 word synopsis for possible inclusion on our web sites and publications. You may also text/email links to your web site/portfolio, which we may link to from our websites.

Otherwise, if we don't receive your promotional materials directly, we reserve the right to create them based on information you have submitted to us via your FilmFreeway profile and which you have provided online about your work and your submission at your website(s) and social media like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.

Individuals hereby understand and agree that, while we are growing our local audience, film festival events may be lightly attended. Individuals submitting material to us hereby understand and agree that submission and acceptance does not entail promotion, which is always the responsibility of the submitter.

Individuals submitting material to us hereby grant to AIAFilmmakers & Infinite Perimeter Films your non-exclusive limited use agreement to use film titles, trailers, posters and other film and submitter promo materials for festival promotional use only, including online, print, and broadcast media to promote our film festivasl and selected submissions to the industry and interested people. Submitters fully retain all rights, title and interest in their submissions and all intellectual property.

An Individual submitting material to us hereby warrants that s/he/it is authorized to commit the submission(s) for judging and screening, and understands and accepts these Rules & Terms.

The individual agrees and understands that s/he/it has submitted materiasl to a non-commercial, not-for-profit volunteer-run organization without paid staff.

If the submitter does not receive a timely response from us via email, individual agrees to call/text us, (720) 298-1524.

Individuals submitting material to us hereby indemnify and hold harmless AIAFilmmakers and Infinite Perimeter Films from and against any and all claims, liabilities, losses, damages, and expenses (including but not limited to attorney's fees, and costs of the court), which may be incurred by reason of any claim involving copyright, trademark, credits, publicity, screening, and loss of or damage to the materials entered.

AIAFilmmakers and Infinite Perimeter Films reserve the right to use limited submitter materials to promote past and future related events.

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  • Lynn Vincentnathan

    So happy my screenplay won best script for CISFFF2019 and another garnered semi-finalist. So happy the festival honors cli-fi (climate change fiction).

    I was planning to attend, but a pipe broke in my house and flooded it, which cancelled that plan. Weirdly, my screenplay had a near future Colorado flood & mudslide in it.

    November 2019
  • Mark C. Spera

    Thank you for making my Screenplay "Transference" an award winner at your wonderful festival. Looking forward to submitting something new in 2020!

    October 2019
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    Response from festival:

    We'll be super excited to view your work again in 2020. Best of luck with your writing endeavors!

  • Thank you for honoring my feature screenplay ,“Rogue’s Coward “. Your prestigious film festival looks great on the resume. I released this story July, 2018, and to date it has garnered 45 awards worldwide. I’m going to enter this years feature, “Apollyon’s Gold” soon. Thanks again.

    RJ Rogers...

    October 2019
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    Response from festival:

    Did you know, "Rogue" is perhaps a shortened form of Roger? Thanks, Mr. Rogers, for entertaining our judges with your delightful script! Best of luck!

  • Excellent festival..thank you so much for screening our cintent.

    October 2019
  • Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

    We really wish we could have been there. So happy to be a part of this event.

    October 2019