Seattle International Film Festival

44th Edition

Seattle International Film Festival

where:Seattle (Usa)
when:May 16th - June 9th, 2019
address:SIFF Film Center
305 Harrison Street
Seattle WA 98109 - USA
tel:+1 206 464 5830
fax:+1 206 264 7919
deadline:February 1st, 2019
entry form:Submission at Withoutabox

SIFF's mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that we foster a community that is more informed, aware, and alive.
With over 550 screenings of 250 features and 125 shorts in 25 days, SIFF is the largest film festival in the United States. Attracting audiences over 155,000, SIFF is a great way to get your film noticed. SIFF is recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a Qualifying Festival in the Short Film category.
In addition to our Golden Space Needle Audience Awards, SIFF is proud to offer $8,000 in cash prizes in the following juried categories:
$2,500 - New Directors Competition (International 1st and 2nd time directors)
$2,500 - Documentary Competition
$1,000 - Short Film: Live Action
$1,000 - Short Film: Animation
$1,000 - Short Film: Documentary
These internationally juried awards are given for excellence in filmmaking, form and content. Additional prizes of goods and services will also be awarded, including a Macintosh Computer System, courtesy of Iris Professional Services and The Mac Store and $1,000 of film stock from the Eastman Kodak Company to the winner of the Golden Space Needle Audience Award for Best Short Film.

  • Antonia by Ferdinando Cito Filomarino: New Directors Competition

  • Arianna by Carlo Lavagna: Contemporary World Cinema

  • Carlo by Ago Panini: Animation4Adults - Grand Jury Prize

  • The Complexity of Happiness by Gianni Zanasi: Contemporary World Cinema

  • One Kiss by Ivan Cotroneo: Contemporary World Cinema

  • They call me Jeeg by Gabriele Mainetti: Contemporary World Cinema

  • Babau by Omar Bianco, Giulio Poretti, Valerio Terranova, Silvia Zappalà: Short Films

  • Beket by Davide Manuli: Alternate Cinema

  • Birdwatchers by Marco Bechis: Contemporary World Cinema

  • Il divo by Paolo Sorrentino: Contemporary World Cinema

  • Machan by Uberto Pasolini: Contemporary World Cinema

  • Mid-August Lunch by Gianni di Gregorio: Contemporary World Cinema

  • QUIET CHAOS by Antonello Grimaldi: Contemporary World Cinema

  • 2046 by Wong Kar-Wai: Contemporary World Cinema

  • AFTER MIDNIGHT by Davide Ferrario: Contemporary World Cinema

  • ANOTHER LIFE by Michele Placido: Contemporary World Cinema

  • THE HOUSE KEYS by Gianni Amelio: Contemporary World Cinema

  • LAND WIND by Vincenzo Marra: Contemporary World Cinema

  • TROPICAL MALADY by Apichatpong Weerasethakul: Contemporary World Cinema