SHORT FILMS – Submit Your Short Film Today! Student and adult filmmakers are welcome to submit their short film – up to 15-minutes in length.
LONGER THAN SHORT – New This Year! For the extended short film – between 15-30 minutes (15:01 to 29:59 to be exact)
MEDIUM-LENGTH FILMS – Also New This Year! Tell your story in 30-50 minutes. Not quite a full-length feature film, but a big film project indeed.
We know how much time and effort goes into every film project and we want to showcase as many outstanding films as possible. Due to time constraint however, only a LIMITED NUMBER of longer films will be selected for film screenings.
SCREENINGS will take place Friday & Saturday, September 28 & 29
SPECIAL PRESENTERS – New This Year! We are VERY proud to welcome a number of industry experts who will provide insight and valuable information about working in today’s film, television and digital media industry. Stay tuned for full details…
Filmmaker Q/A – All filmmakers with work featured in the festival are invited to take part in a special Q/A following the film screenings.
AWARDS: An esteemed panel of judges will chose the top films in a variety of categories and cash prizes will be awarded to both adult and student filmmakers. The winners will be announced several days after the film festival ends – filmmakers will be notified and the cash prizes will be sent to them.
KICK-OFF PARTY at Westcott in Maumee – Westcott will host a second-annual kick-off party a in their beautiful soundstage. This exclusive event will include filmmakers, presenters, sponsors, organizers and professional partners.
May 31 – Early Bird Deadline:
- Short film: Adults $20.00/Students $10.00
- Longer Than Short: $25.00
- Medium-Length Film: $30.00
June 30 – Regular Deadline:
- Short Film: Adults $30.00/Students $15.00
- Longer Than Short: $35.00
- Medium-Length Film: $40.00
July 31 – Late Deadline
- Short Film: Adults $40.00/Students $20.00
- Longer Than Short: $45.00
- Medium-Length Film: $50.00
MISSION: The Maumee Film Festival celebrates the art of creativity, filmmaking and storytelling. It allows aspiring filmmakers the unique opportunity to see their work projected on a movie screen in the iconic and beautiful Maumee Indoor Theater. The festival celebrates the city of Maumee, a peaceful community situated along the scenic Maumee River.
Nancy Gagnet, Maumee Film Festival Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org or (419) 360-8466
Sam Johnson, Manager Maumee Indoor Theater: (419) 897-8902
Committee Members: Mike Brice, Nancy Gagnet, Alex Goetz, Justin Cumuso, Ed Conn, Stephen Crompton, Kay Anderson & Jessica Ellison
Maumee Indoor Theater, 601 Conant Street, Maumee Ohio, 43537