october, 2018

thu04oct(oct 4)1:00 pmsun14(oct 14)10:00 pmMill Valley Film FestivalFilm Festivals Bay Area1:00 pm - 10:00 pm (14) PST Mill Valley, 1001 Lootens Place, Suite 220


4 (Thursday) 1:00 pm - 14 (Sunday) 10:00 pm PST


Mill Valley

1001 Lootens Place, Suite 220

Event Details

Mill Valley Film Festival

Internationally recognized for showcasing the best in independent and world cinema, the Mill Valley Film Festival hosts over 200 innovative films for over 75,000 film lovers every fall since 1978. MVFF is 11 days of films, panel discussions, and musical performances in the heart of Marin County, California.

The Mill Valley Film Festival provides attendees with a chance to catch an early glimpse of the Academy Award® contenders and discover some of the best films from around the world. The relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere surrounding MVFF gives filmmakers and audiences alike the opportunity to share their work and experiences in a collaborative and convivial setting.

#MVFF41 will be held Thursday, October 4 – Sunday, October 14, 2018.

About the film festival (source: https://www.mvff.com/about-mvff/)

Founded in 1978 by MVFF Director Mark Fishkin, the Festival has established an impressive track record for launching new films and the careers of new filmmakers and is well known for the quality of its programming. Festival sections include: World Cinema, US Cinema, Valley of the Docs, Family Films, Music, and 5@5 (daily shorts programs).
With a reputation for launching new films and creating awards season buzz, MVFF has earned a reputation as a “filmmakers’ festival” by celebrating the best in American independent and world cinema alongside high profile and prestigious award contenders. Gala celebrations, parties, seminars and opportunities to mingle with filmmakers in a spectacular setting!

About the California Film Institute

The nonprofit California Film Institute celebrates and promotes film as art and education through the presentation of the Mill Valley Film Festival and year-round exhibitions at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center, film distribution by CFI Releasing, and building the next generation of filmmakers and audiences through the CFI Education program.

For more information www.cafilm.org or (415) 383-5256.

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