Founded on September 15, 2012, the International Christian Film Festival is one of the largest Christian Film Festival in the world. Our goal is to help filmmakers get to next level.
This is the premiere choice for faith-based, family-friendly films and documentaries.
ICFF is one of the largest Christian Film Festival in the world and it is the only film festival with a screening in France during the Cannes Film Festival
TOP REASONS TO SUBMIT:
1) Win up to $500,000 in Prizes
2) Oscar style award ceremony
3) Screening movies to distributors
4) Screen movies in France
5) Get a distribution deal during the Festival
6) Walk the red carpet and do interviews with the media
7) Meet industry / like-minded professionals
8) Learn from the best in the industry
9) Meet some of the best actors
10) Known as the friendliest festival.
Our Festival is well known for giving prizes of $100,000
The International Christian Film Festival is open to anyone, anywhere around the world and we encourage people to go out be creative and make great videos. Individuals, Churches, Companies and organizations are all encourage to participate. ICFF is the premiere choice for submitting family-friendly movies and documentaries.
*** 2019 Rule *** NOT ALL SELECTED FILMS WILL BE SCREENED ***
If rules are broken, you will be automatically disqualified and will have to resubmit your video(s). You also give us full permission to download a digital copy of your video as well as playing it during the festival week via projector and online and additional screenings ICFF may have . Some prizes will be granted based on the number of entries, donations and sponsors received. ICFF reserves the right to reject any submissions.
> No refund
> No nudity or sexuality explicit scenes
> No offensive language
> Strong violence is prohibited
> Must be uplifting and/or carries Christian values
> Must be Family Friendly (Dove Guidelines)
> No horror films
> Must be no longer or shorter then required length per category
> For the "Script" category, Films cannot be “Produced”
>All non-Enligh Films must have English Sub