The Fargo Film Festival is proud to debut the 2014 poster and program artwork. Illustrated by Bree Reetz, the new design continues the festival’s tradition of beautiful and engaging imagery. We are grateful to Bree for sharing her talents in this enticing and colorful creation.
You can learn more about Bree and her art by visiting her site.
With the close of submissions, the 2014 Fargo Film Festival committees have begun the challenging task of judging more than two hundred entries from which to select the programming for the upcoming festival in March. Once again, moviemakers from near and far turned in their work, from one-minute shorts to two-hour features. The Fargo Film Festival attracts a cross-section of engaging visual works from all over the world, and looks forward to announcing our program once the juries have finished their work.
We are pleased to announce the call for entries for the 2014 Fargo Film Festival. All submissions must be completed through Withoutabox. Although the FFF will still accept physical media (DVDs and Blu-rays) as preview copies, we would like to encourage submitters to use Withoutabox’s secure online screener option or to send us a link to your movie on Vimeo, YouTube, or any other web-based preview source option.
The Fargo Film Festival requires entries to be submitted via Withoutabox.com, which provides cost-saving, paperless submission to film festivals around the world. Withoutabox’s internet-only submission platform features online applications via one master entry form, online fee payments, press kits, and the option to use Secure Online Screeners, an economical, eco-friendly, and secure alternative to traditional hard-copy DVD submissions. Fill out one master entry form and take advantage of quick entry, extended deadlines, and powerful submission management tools. There’s no extra cost to you, and by submitting, you’ll join Withoutabox’s global filmmaker community and stay in the loop about international exhibition opportunities.
The Fargo Film Festival would like to thank all the volunteers, audience members, panelists, visiting moviemakers, board members, projectionists, theatre staff, and everyone else who helped to make 2013 the most successful and rewarding experience to date. Our thirteenth outing featured 99 amazing movie experiences that will not be forgotten.
The quality and breadth of the movies showcased in the Fargo Film Festival continues to impress cinema devotees from the community, the region, and beyond. We will most certainly be back in 2014. If you are an audience member, we thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you next March.
If you are a moviemaker, we can’t wait to see your next project; submissions are open year-round.
The FFF 13 2-Minute Movie Contest featured an eclectic mix of live action, animation, fiction, non-fiction, parody, satire, drama, and comedy. As always, audiences were thrilled to experience the breadth and depth of storytelling in 120 seconds or less.
Thank you to the following filmmakers who shared your visions with us. We look forward to seeing you back in 2014.
Basket Case (Michael Yu)
Bear (the Dog) Midthun (Glen Bruhschwein)
Beards & Beers (Eric Lach)
Blue Film 1 (Missin’ You) (Aaron Zeghers)
Candy Crime (Ben Jacobson)
Chop Chop (Ant Blade)
Cool Unicorn Bruv (Ninian Doff)
The Curious Case of Mister Daniels (Ben Stommes)
Dave (Joanne Goh & Alice Chua)
The Emotions of Mother Nature (Morgan Hennessy)
Eruption of the Psyche (Abby Anderson)
Essays on Reality, Chapter 1 (Greg Barth)
Essays on Reality, Chapter 2 (Greg Barth)
Fork in the Rocky Road (Danielle Ring)
The Future (Alex Goddard)
George (Sabrina Serani)
Gray Keys (Carlo Vega)
He Is Risen: Trailer 1 (Chris Dasinger & Sylvester Sletten)
He Is Risen: Trailer 2 (Chris Dasinger & Sylvester Sletten)
He Was a Sweet Man (Daniela Sherer)
A Hero’s Tale (Nick Black)
Hit by a Bus (Harry Hanrahan)
The Hoax (Gia Reilly)
I See a Light (Aaron Zeghers)
Independent Film Maker (Andreas Goldfuss)
Jolakottur, The Ravenous (Eric Wicklund)
A Kitty Escaped (Bernardo Anderson)
Law & Order SBU: Special Beards Unit (Patrick Thompson)
Lazy Monday (Eric Lach)
Midnight Society (Toby Jones)
The Morning After (Conor Holt)
The Moves (Zach Wentz)
Not One of Us (Different Is Weird) (Cameron MacKenzie)
One Curly Doo (Diane Herzberg)
Parallel (Phil Esposito)
Reach for the Sun (Jacob Pirogovsky)
Rot (Erica Luke)
Scylla (Cento Lodigiani)
September Buttes (Glen Bruhschwein)
Social Security (Peter Smith)
Standing Still (Owen Grove)
Super Serious Artsy Phone (Emily Eslinger)
Three Card Monte (Aaron Crume)
The Time Master (Asher Swank)
Twinkletoes (Asher Swank)
Understand Music (Florian Geyer)
What The…? (Lillie Karch)
Wildebeest (Ant Blade)
Worst Nightmare (John McTighe & Greta Haberman)
Writer-director Eric Hayden and actor Khary Payton will attend FFF 13 tonight for the Fargo premiere of “Astronaut: The Last Push,” a gripping science fiction drama that Heather Maloney calls “an amazing tale of hope and desperation.”
Learn more about the film at the official website: http://www.thelastpushmovie.com/
Death Of A Shadow – Trailer from serendipityfilms on Vimeo.
Director Tom Van Avermaet will join us tonight at FFF 13 for a screening of “Death of a Shadow,” the Oscar-nominated live action short.
Movie fans have a unique Fargo opportunity to see the national theatrical premiere of “The Brass Teapot,” a dark comedy starring Juno Temple and Michael Angarano, March 8 at the Fargo Theatre at 7pm. Director Ramaa Mosley, producer Kirk Roos, and actor Stephen Park will be in attendance to talk about their experience making the film.
Click on the following link for FFF 13 sponsor The Forum’s story in today’s edition: http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/392438/group/Variety/