SCI-FI-LONDON

May 5th & 6th
5pm
Apollo West End Cinema
London UK

SCI-FI-LONDON is committed to presenting short films as a part of the festival line-up. Each year we put out a call for short film and each year we receive hundreds of amazing stories from around the world.

It is always a difficult task to select which films to bring you, so many of them are exceptional. However, we hope we have brought together a great and eclectic mix of fantastic film for our 6th festival.

 

 

THE MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL

Maryland: May 4th
8:30pm
Charles Theater
Baltimore MD

The Maryland Film Festival, funded by an unusual public/private partnership in Maryland, has two practical economic development goals: 1) to create a world class film festival centered in Baltimore, and 2) to bring filmmakers to Maryland as a way to encourage future production in the state.

Our artistic goals are the foundation for everything we do. We recognize that there are many film festivals around the world, other good ones in and around Maryland, so the Maryland Film Festival is dedicated to adding something to what is already available. We are already establishing a unique personality. We want our festival audience to have a special experience.

While not a formal market, the Maryland Film Festival has become an advocate for films and filmmakers as they enter the marketplace.

 

 

 

AUSTIN WOMAN'S FILM, MUSIC
& LITERARY FESTIVAL


Please also see "THE MAKERS" page

April 28th, 2007
7pm
Carver Theater
Austin TX

Our purpose is to build community through media that facilitates growth and empowerment by providing a showcase platform & market place for women media makers who would otherwise have little or no access to this type of opportunity.

 

 

 

SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL
FILM FESTIVAL

February 3, 2007
7pm
Cinerama Theater
Seattle WA

"The Science Fiction Museum and Hall of fame is co-located with Experience Music Project in the landmark Frank Gehry building at Seattle Center.  Museum founder Paul G. Allen partnered with Bill Gates to form Microsoft.  His early admiration of science fiction and its role in inspiring critical thinking about society, history, culture and politics led to the creation of the first museum of its kind. Additionally, SFM’s Advisory Board, comprised of renowned science fiction creators including, among many others, Greg Bear, Ray Bradbury, Octavia Butler, James Cameron, Sir Arthur C. Clarke,
George Lucas, and Steven Spielberg."