Screening at the National Automobile Museum in Reno, Nevada, we're the Biggest Little Science + Fiction Film Festival in the World! Our goal is to bring science fiction and documentary short films to audiences in Nevada and around the world -- and to recognize, reward and showcase creativity, ingenuity and science-based imagination.

Medals, awards, room packages and/or cash prizes for:

Best Science Documentary
Best Science Fiction Short Film (Animation)
Best Science Fiction Short Film (Live Action)
Best Virtual Reality
Best Sci-Fi Music Video
Best Student Sci-Fi Film

Specialty Awards include:

Roddenberry Award / Audience Choice
Best Space Film (Animation or Live Action)
Directors' and Film Critics' Awards

Filmmakers must have the legal right to screen their film and, by submitting, freely grant the Festival the right to screen their film for festival participants.

Note: All submissions must be made online, uploaded as a digital file. We do not accept or return mailed dvds or other media.

Overall Rating
Quality
Value
Communication
Hospitality
Networking
  • Olgierd Minkiewicz

    It's a wonderful festival, with great and very responsive organizers. We were honored to have won "Best Music Video" in 2019 for "Leading Me Straight". They mailed us a trophy medal that's actually made out of some combination of a rock from Mars and a very rare meteorite! We look forward to submit in the future, and highly recommend for you to do the same!

    June 2019
  • Great Festival, fantastic people and amazing project.

    May 2019
  • Pedro Jaen R.

    Very good festival! Interesting content. You help greatly to promote new films and authors.

    May 2019
  • An amazing festival! I wish I could have attended! I am honored that my film: The Spirit Seam won an award for Artist Excellence. Thank you!

    May 2019
  • Bryan Nelson

    Wonderful hospitality, communication, and passion for science + film. The venue was stunning (you won’t want to miss the Planetarium showings too!) and I look forward to applying again in the future.

    May 2019