The Fine Arts Film Festival (FAFF) is dedicated to showing the finest films in the world about art, photography, collectors and artists of all mediums in and out of their studios, galleries, museums, public art, and alternative art spaces. This includes video art, curated as a film medium.

The 4th Annual 2017 Fine Arts Film festival was held on May 12-13th with celebrities and luminaries from both the art and entertainment worlds hosted by the Venice Institute of Contemporary Art at the Creative Technology Center at The Brewery Art Lofts, Art Share LA, and at the historic Beyond Baroque Theatre in Venice, California.

We screened 48 films from around the world, with over 170 submissions.

The 5th Annual Fine Arts Film Festival is the premiere showcase for independent films about artists and the art world held annually in Venice and Downtown Los Angeles, California.

Featuring exceptionally creative and important films about art, artists, and the art world - many premiering for the first time in the United States - from countries such as the Netherlands, Iran, France, Estonia, Japan, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Portugal, Russia, the United Kingdom, India, Finland, Sweden, Iceland, Armenia, Greece, Antarctica, Luxembourg...

Information about the Festival, including previous Official Selections and Award Winners:
www.thefineartsfilmfestival.com

Tickets:
Will be available on Eventbrite and at the Box Office starting February, 2018.

Awards & Prizes

Best Narrative Feature Film
Best Narrative Short Film
Best Documentary Short Film
Best Documentary Feature Film
Best Animated Film
Best Director
Best Student Film
Dan Wood Audience Award
Best Experimental Film
Best Virtual Reality Film
Best Score or Original Music
Best Cinemtography

Rules & Terms

Film subject matter must be related to the art world in some way, whether it be art and artists in or outside their studios, collectors, galleries, museums, public art, and alternative art spaces or other art related subject. It can also be a video art piece itself, which may be accept to be curated with others for a film debut.

Films must have been completed after January 2, 2016.

We must be informed if the film has premiered, been shown on the internet publicly, or broadcast previously. That will not disqualify a film, but we must be informed.

Films must be submitted via private link. We may ask for a DVD to be submitted as well.

Films must be submitted with proper documentation, including director/producer bios, contact information with email addresses and social media accounts, distributor information (if applicable) publicity materials such as poster/one sheet, 1-3 images from each film (please at least 150dpi for our catalog).

Short films are considered all films under 55 minutes.
Feature films are considered films 55 minutes and above.

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    Gudbjorg Hlin Gudmundsdottir

    The Fine Arts Film Festival was a really enjoyable festival. Everyone was super nice, supportive and helpful. The curators clearly cared a great deal.

    June 2017
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    Response from festival:

    Thank you, Gudbjorg! Your film and dedication to your art/craft is amazing? We were privileged to premiere your film in the U.S.! The audience loved it!

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    Lorenzo Guarnieri

    Wonderfull kind organization and communication

    March 2017
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    Response from festival:

    Thank you, Lorenzo! Your film is marvelous. We are looking forward to your next one!

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    Marketa Tomanova

    Even though I wasn't able to attend personally, The Fine Arts Film Festival is your place to showcase your films about Art.

    July 2016
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    Response from festival:

    Thank you, Marketa!