The Tampa Bay Film Society is a non-profit organization in Tampa Bay, FL. Our members pay low annual dues, and many are active in the film business, from actors to crew

We host a bi-monthly screening (at the Holiday Inn Express in Oldsmar, FL) Sometimes we screen on the big screen at the Britton 8 Cinema in Tampa on S. Dale Mabry Hwy (which was retrofitted in the 50's to show SOUTH PACIFIC (1958) in Cinerama)

All foreign films must have English subtitles

The months in-between serve as our General Member Meeting where we have an industry Guest Speaker

We screen our members works and the works of local filmmakers. However, we would like to expand the festival to include works from around the globe

We offer an awards certificate to the best-liked film of the evening, as judged by the members and members of the public in attendance

*Content Restriction Update

We are not currently screening works containing nudity. We reserve the right to consider "borderline" entries on a case-by-case basis

The Tampa Bay Film Society Board of Directors will choose which short and/or feature-length films will screen at our Movie Night

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  • Thanks Tampa Bay Film Society for showcasing my short film "Bag" in your festival this year. It's truly an honor.

    November 2018