Leonid Khromov International Film Festival (LKIFF) was founded in 2020 by producer and entrepreneur Leonid Khromov. LKIFF is an independent platform for international cinema, where bright and ambitious beginners and experienced filmmakers can present their films to the international community.
The LKIFF jury consists of creative and vibrant people who are professionals in their fields (actors, producers, directors, film critics, etc.). Full-length, short and documentary films are accepted for participation in the film festival.
The festival will be held online on June 16, 2023.
We invite everyone to take part in our film festival! Good luck to all the nominees!
Grand Prix, Best Feature Film (Diploma)
Best Short Film (Diploma)
Best Documentary (Diploma)
Best Director (Diploma)
Best Screenplay (Diploma)
Best Actor (Diploma)
Best Actress (Diploma)
Best Actor in a Short Film (Diploma)
Best Actress in a Short Film (Diploma)
Additional nominations are possible!
Short and full-length films that were filmed not earlier than January 1, 2021 are accepted for participation in the Festival. Duration of short feature films: no more than 30 minutes (including credits). Duration of medium-length films: from 30 to 59 minutes (including titles). Duration of feature films: over 60 minutes (including credits). Documentary films must be longer than 10 minutes (including credits).
All non-English films must be with English subtitles.
Premiere requirements. To participate in the festival, the screening of a film does not have to be premiere.
A director can submit more than one film, but for this he must fill out a separate application for participation and pay a fee for each film.
Attention! Full rules of participation in the film festival can be found on the website http://www.lkiff.com/rules/