The 2020 Culver City Film Festival will be December 4th - 11th and will be held at Cinemark 18 & XD at the Howard Hughes Promenade. Additional venues to be announced soon. All submissions are only $30.00 ($25.00 for Gold Members). Submissions are Open for shorts and feature narratives and documentaries, as well as music videos and even experimental films. Have your film screened in the heart of screen-land Culver City, CA and home of Sony Pictures and many film companies and distributors.

Submitting your film does not guarantee festival acceptance or screening. Acceptance into the festival does not guarantee award or prize. Submission fees are nonrefundable. Culver City Film Festival reserves the right to change our programming and event parties without notice.

Awards and Prizes TBA

Submitting your film does not guarantee festival acceptance or screening. Acceptance into the festival does not guarantee award or prize. Submission fees are nonrefundable. Culver City Film Festival reserves the right to change our programming without notice.

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  • Teleios Act

    Just a terrific festival. John and Peter put together a great lineup and schedule blocks of films in incredibly thoughtful ways. The opening nights, the screenings, and the final ceremony really make you feel like you're finally at a festival that is about the filmmaker. Very thankful for CCFF, we need to make another short just so we can come back and apply again for next year!

    February 2020
  • The best! Awesome panel and networking opportunities. Peter Greene & Jon Gursha are the best and care about filmmakers. We had a wonderful time and experience at our screening of Bad Cop Bad Cop "The Dance" as well as got to enjoy an excellent selection of films. 🔥🔥🔥🔥

    January 2020
  • Awesome to see our film projected on the big screen in DCP. Thank you Peter for the opportunity. Hope to be involved with these people in the future.

    January 2020
  • Culver City Film Festival screens in one of the best tech-advanced movie theaters on the west side of Los Angeles.
    We are grateful to have been selected, and wish the festival many years of success in the future.

    January 2020
  • Andrew Bystrom

    The Culver City Film Festival was a fun time. It was my first film festival and my movie, “Too Good to be Forgotten” premiere. Even though the film festival screened about 300 films, it still had a down to earth personal feel. My friend and family really enjoyed themselves. Thank you Peter and staff.

    January 2020