The Florida environmental film festival's purpose is education and literacy through films.
Our selection of films (shorts, documentaries, and feature films) will offer the audience an accessible medium through films and speakers to discuss critical thinking with the audience. We will be soliciting speakers and the filmmakers to be available after the film showing to answer questions from the audience for the educational benefits. Our hope is that through speakers and films this will broaden knowledge of the audience for the environment in Florida.
FEFF wants to screen locally made films and international films that show creativity and diversity, on the environmental impacts of Florida, and a better way forward.
We only accept submissions FilmFreeway.
Awards & Prize will be the screening of the film, advertisement on social media.
RULES - We only accept submissions through FilmFreeway.
***WE DO NOT offer fee waivers, so please do not email us, we will not open the links, And will delete the email. It would not be fair to the filmmakers who pay.
We are only looking for environmental, ecologically-minded films that present causes, effects, and solutions to the state of Florida. The filmmaker will receive notification through email.
- We only accept submissions FilmFreeway.
- We only accept submissions that specify the environmental issues being filmed.
- We only accept digital submissions (i.e. private Vimeo link or similar online video service) must be cinema-quality high definition DVDs or digital media files.
- By submitting you agree you are authorized to submit the film for screenings and you agree for your film to be screened at our venues.
- By submitting you agree to share your data with the festival for promotional purposes.
- All submissions in languages other than English must be subtitled in English.
- Student films have special discounts.
- For your film to be considered by the programming staff the correct fee must be paid in full. Entry fees are non-refundable.
FEFF will not take responsibility for returning films submitted, once selected as a part of the official festival, a film may not pull out of the festival or withdraw its submission.
By submitting films, the undersigned shall indemnify and hold harmless Florida Environmental Film Festival, Inc. 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 screening videos entered.
Response from festival:
The film A voyage Against Time is an international collaboration about the perils of a world problem; the need for clean water. We must act against the ruination of water so to ensure the preservation of all cultures. This film complements the more technical and scientific films by giving us a down-to-earth and impassioned narrative that is not only understandable by a Floridian audience but should impassion them to be as proactive with our local environment. As such, we would like to compliment the director and narrator for their remarkable film that should be seen by a broad an audience as possible.