Dead by Dawn 3/1/19
Dead by Dawn is the UK’s longest running genre film festival, established in 1993. It is a unique festival, celebrating the finest independent film-making with a focus on emerging talent. Our approach to horror is broad; story is paramount, as are humour, suspense and atmosphere. We welcome lifelong fans and the genre-curious to discover the breadth of unusual stories lurking under the ‘horror’ banner!

Neuro Film Festival- festival on hold
We would like to thank everyone who has participated in the Neuro Film Festival over the years! We are currently re-envisioning the video contest and will therefore not be presenting a 2019 Neuro Film Festival. Future video contest communications will come from the American Academy of Neurology’s patient and caregiver magazine, Brain & Life. We encourage you to sign up for a free subscriptionto the magazine and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.In the interim, please watchand share on social media all of the inspiring videos the patients, caregivers, students, neurologists, and filmmakers have submitted.

Zlin Film Festival: International film festival for Children and Youth3/1/19
ZLÍN FILM FESTIVAL is the oldest and largest film festival of its kind in the world.  This is a significant international event which has an excellent reputation and holds lots of respect.  The festival screenings are conducted not only in Zlin, but also in many other towns in the Czech Republic.  Each year the festival presents around 300 films from more than 50 countries around the world.  Since 2010 festival attendance has exceeded 95,000 children and adults.

Ohio Shorts (Columbus, OH) 3/4/19
The Wexner Center’s annual Ohio Shorts competition showcases the best in Ohio-produced short films—from documentary, animation, or dramatic narrative to anything in-between. Youth and Adult.

Jewish Film Festival Berlin 5/15/19
The Jewish Film Festival Berlin & Brandenburg has been the largest forum for Jewish and Israeli cinema in Germany for more than two decades, making it the oldest and most important cultural event of its kind and a vital part of the diverse Jewish life of Berlin and Brandenburg.

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