ALL categories and genres accepted for all submissions, all entries accepted now!

The premier Film Festival honoring the veterans and service personnel of the United States Military. At the top of the world in grande New York, our events and showcase are held at our partner, the American Indian Community House (AICH), in September 2018!
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The Sunday Film Festival is now a partner of the Honor Film Festival:
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and will showcase and screen its added, award winning films and media at the American Indian Community House (AICH) on September 15 – 17, 2018 with HFF.

Filmmakers and media creators will experience professional competition of their hard work with films and media from around the globe. Winning films and media will have direct showcased screenings. Filmmakers and media creators and their productions will be exposed to deep culture, as well, at the American Indian Community House, located at the top of the world and in the heart of talent, New York City.

AICH is located in New York where everyone goes to find their heart, AICH sponsors and hosts many events, meetings, culturally significant affairs, and more.
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AICH exists "To provide an urban oasis for the Indigenous Peoples of the western hemisphere who are in the greater New York area, empowering them with skills and education in order to compete in 21st Century urban living. We strive to build bridges of cultural understanding and strengthen community ties."

Additionally HFF intends to work closely with its veteran staff, US Military public affairs offices to serve veterans and military personnel and families, and the USO - which serves and entertains deployed troops and travelling military personnel. This is not guaranteed, our festival recognizes that the US Miltary and all its branches stay extremely busy protecting and serving the USA.

HONOR FILM FESTIVAL
PREMIER INVITATION

Honor Film Festival ("HFF")
cordially invites you
to our festival event at the
American Indian Community House
on Sept 15th - Sept 17th, 2018.

The very best, award winning films and media
will showcase and screen at our event.

American Indian Community House
39 Eldridge St, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10002

The American Indian Community House (AICH) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization serving the health, social service, and cultural needs of Native Americans residing in New York City. AICH was founded in 1969, by Native American volunteers as a community-based organization, mandated to improve the status of Native Americans, and to foster inter-cultural understanding. Since its inception, AICH has grown into a multi-faceted social support agency and cultural center with a staff of 35 that serves the estimated 27,000 Native Americans in New York City.

Filmmakers will experience award certificates and laurels
for winning, finalist, and official selection, screening and
cultural exposure of the award winning / best of films and
media during our festival event.

Entrants, filmmakers and media creators, are likely to
experience other perks during our film festival
event and competitions; such as opportunity
for distribution. Additionally, HVFF will attempt to
work closely with veterans and military services
to distribute best films and media to deployed troops
and U.S. service personnel seeking the best film
entertainment.

Hosted by the American Indian Community House.
Managed by Event on the Lawn, Inc.
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sites.google.com/view/eotl/honor-vets-filmfest?authuser=0

ONLY the very final Best Award Winners will receive additional showcasing and any screenings at our final event. It is at the discretion of festival staff if any additional films, beyond Best Award Winners, will receive any screenings at our hosted event.

See our website and facebook pages for more information. Festival and hosts are not responsible for travel, parking, and other unforeseeable necessities.

Awards & Prizes

International standardized awards and selections:
Best Production or Producer
Best Director or Direction
Best Soundtrack or Music
Best Screenplay or Manuscript
Best Character
Best Dialogue
Best Actor
Best Horror
Best Comedy
Best Drama
Best Action
Best Animation
Best Romance
Best Political or Satire
Best Family Programming
Best Science Fiction
Best Musical
Best Experimental
Best Virtual Reality
Best Violence
Best TV or Web Series
Best Music Video
Best Photograph
Best Illustration

Official Selection(s)
Finalists or Semi Finalists

Rules & Terms

Submit your professional films and fine media today, we want to see what you've got!

More category entry arenas will be added.

Rules and terms are subject to grow and edit prior to our final event in early 2018.

HONOR FILM FESTIVAL
PREMIER INVITATION

Honor Film Festival ("HFF")
cordially invites you
to our festival event at the
American Indian Community House
on Sept 15th - Sept 17th, 2018.

The very best, award winning films and media
will showcase and screen at our event.

American Indian Community House
39 Eldridge St, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10002
(331) 901-0011

The American Indian Community House (AICH) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization serving the health, social service, and cultural needs of Native Americans residing in New York City. AICH was founded in 1969, by Native American volunteers as a community-based organization, mandated to improve the status of Native Americans, and to foster inter-cultural understanding. Since its inception, AICH has grown into a multi-faceted social support agency and cultural center with a staff of 35 that serves the estimated 27,000 Native Americans in New York City.

Filmmakers will experience award certificates and laurels
for winning, finalist, and official selection, screening and
cultural exposure of the award winning / best of films and
media during our festival event.

Entrants, filmmakers and media creators, are likely to
experience other perks during our film festival
event and competitions; such as opportunity
for distribution. Additionally, HVFF will attempt to
work closely with veterans and military services
to distribute best films and media to deployed troops
and U.S. service personnel seeking the best film
entertainment.

Hosted by the American Indian Community House.
Managed by Event on the Lawn, Inc.
sites.google.com/view/eotl/home?authuser=0
sites.google.com/view/eotl/honor-vets-filmfest?authuser=0

ONLY the very final Best Award Winners will receive additional showcasing and any screenings at our final event. It is at the discretion of festival staff if any additional films, beyond Best Award Winners, will receive any screenings at our hosted event.

See our website and facebook pages for more information. Festival and hosts are not responsible for travel, parking, and other unforeseeable necessities.