The International Maritime Film Festival (IMFF) is a juried contest of films celebrating the heritage, spirit of adventure, and ingenuity of boats and waterborne pursuits. It is the premier event for maritime-themed filmmaking.
The IMFF is an annual online film festival that runs for one week each fall. The 2022 film festival is scheduled for November 10th - 18th.
See the festival at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/imff.
The Grand Prize Feature Length Film will receive $500. One runner-up will receive US$250. The Grand Prize Short Film will receive $250. One runner-up will receive US$100.
The International Maritime Film Festival accepts documentary films on a broad range of maritime subjects. These include, but are not limited to, voyaging, racing, working, leisure, boatbuilding and restoration, historical documentary, and environment and science. Films may have been made on any date, regardless of previous premiere, but the person submitting the film must be the copyright holder. Judging is not category-specific; rather, all films will be evaluated in relation to each other, in one of two tracks: Feature Length (40 minutes or more), or Shorts (under 40 minutes). All films are to be in English, or to carry English subtitles.