Submissions are CLOSED for 2016!
Thank you Filmmakers!

 

Offering the best in film

Each year, TCFF presents over sixty regional, national, and world premiere films. From highly anticipated Hollywood fare to the finest in independent filmmaking, the Festival focuses uncovering emerging talent and showcasing great visual storytelling.  Among 2015’s notable screenings were Oscar nominated films, Room, Brooklyn, Anomalisa and Youth!

Twin Cities Film Fest has prided itself in championing great work from legendary, contemporary, and rising talent. Diligently seeking out films that display strong written and visual storytelling, TCFF strives to showcase great examples of independent filmmaking. Offering highly-regarded judges, unique venues, and enthusiastic crowds, TCFF ensures your work gets the respect it deserves.

 

Need an audience? We have you covered.

Don’t miss your opportunity to share the spotlight with an enthusiastic and encouraging mix of aspiring and established filmmaking talent.

Whether you’re looking for industry attention, film-savvy theatergoers or just an excellent excuse to visit the “Arts Haven of the Midwest,” the Twin Cities Film Fest is the place for you this October. From October 19 - 29, 2016, the Festival will screen films in the feature, short and specialty categories.

 

DEADLINES

Narrative/Documentary Films

Early Bird Deadline
May 6 - $40 Feature / $25 Short

Regular Deadline
July 8 - $50 Feature / $30 Short

Late Deadline
Aug 05 - $70 Feature / $45 Short

Withoutabox Extended Deadline
August 15 - $80 Feature / $60 Short
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MN Connected Films

Early Bird Deadline
May 6 - $25 Feature / $15 Short

Regular Deadline
July 8 - $30 Feature / $20 Short

Late Deadline
Aug 05 - $40 Feature / $30 Short

Withoutabox Extended Deadline
August 15 - $50 Feature / $40 Short
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FILM CATEGORIES

Narrative
All fictional films.

Documentary
All non-fiction films.

Shorts
Fiction films, animated or live, that are less than 40 minutes in length. This includes live action, animation, webisodes and new media.

Minnesota
The Twin Cities Film Fest is dedicated to shining a spotlight on the local film industry and successful native Minnesotans involved in various aspects of film production. This category includes all narrative and documentary productions that were filmed in Minnesota, produced or directed by a native Minnesotan (residency not required) or includes a native Minnesota actor in a major role. This includes narrative or documentary feature length films..

GLBTQ Series
The Twin Cities Film Fest is committed to diverse programming and is assembling a series of screenings of features and documentaries with GLBTQ related content, characters or subject matter. This category includes both short and feature length films.

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