The Treasure Coast International Film Festival's mission is to shine the spotlight on the sun-kissed Treasure Coast Film Industry. The Treasure Coast International Film Festival will showcase independent films in a variety of venues on the Treasure Coast, while exposing their neighbors and the world to culturally diverse films and providing plenty of networking opportunities during all our special events, seminars, parties and filmmaker's nightcaps. The films will also compete based on various categories, including Best Feature, Documentary, Short Director, Cinematography, screenplay, editing, and student film category.
Treasure Coast International Film Festival, where the Filmmakers are the stars.
Entries already publicly screened in other venues, including other film festivals, within St. Lucie, Indian River and Martin Counties (Treasure Coast, Florida) would not be eligible to screen atTreasure Coast International Film Festival.
Language: Titles produced in languages other than English must have legible English subtitles with the original language soundtrack.
Not all films officially selected will be eligible for competition.
The selection committees' and juries' decisions are final.
Films submitted must have been completed no earlier than 2 years before the festival date.
Films publicly screened in the U.S. must include information: when, where and awards received with entry form.
At the filmmakers expense, all films on any format, posters, and promotional material will be insured against damage or loss for mailing and while participating at TCIFF during the festival. By not following this request, you are automatically accepting responsibility for the damage of your film and promotional material in transit or at the festival.
Deadline: A link to all preview submissions must be provided for consideration.
Payment: See FilmFreeway payment options
Entry fee is nonrefundable.
Complete the Official Entry and Release Form and read the Rules and Regulations in their entirely.
Notification of acceptance will be made via e-mail. Please make sure your email address provided will be operational at that time.
Each entry must be accompanied by the entry fee.
For preview purposes, only online screeners will be accepted.
If your film is selected, you will be asked to provide a link to a trailer.
The following press Kit requirements must be provided via online.
1) Key film Still MUST BE 300dpi JPEG image (color unless film is in B/W)
2) Film description of 25 to 50 words
3) Synopsis of 150 - 200 words
4) Previous press releases about film
5) Complete principal cast and production credits listing.
The following materials are also appreciated:
posters, flyers, (preferably with Festival dates), and post cards.
Mail all printed promotional material to:
1101 S.W. Gardena Ave.
Port St. Lucie, Florida 34953
Import declaration statements: all non-U.S. entries must be sent via air mail registered with the declaration:
Entrants must assume all responsibility for clearing films and videotapes through U.S. and/or foreign customs officials. TCIFF is not responsible for foreign/US duties on incoming or outgoing films. The Treasure
Coast International Film Festival WILL NOT handle any custom clearances on any end. TCIFF reserves the right to make any necessary changes in Rules and Regulations or Festival scheduling.
TCIFF is hereby granted the right to utilize an excerpt from any film submitted and accepted for exhibition at the Festival for promotional purposes.
The individual or corporation submitting the film hereby warrants that it is authorized to commit the film for screening, and understands and accepts these requirements and regulations.
The undersigned shall indemnify and hold harmless TCIFF 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.