This festival was founded by many independent filmmakers from all over the world in an effort to make independent film more prevalent in the Southeast. This is a non-profit organization created to promote independent film in locations that it is not prevalent.
2016 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS – (Winners will be announced at the festival) FEATURE DOCUMENTARY FILMS A Brilliant Genocide by Ebony Butler Trichster by Jillian Corsie FEATURE NARRATIVE FILMS It Plays Like Love by Jeremy Waltman Meet Me in Venice by Octavia Peyrou Shock
This is a highlight of the films from the 2015 Southeastern International Film Festival or SIFF for short. The festival was founded by many independent filmmakers from all over the United States in an effort to make independent film more prevalent in
Southeastern Film Festival will be held at the University of North Georgia from April 10-12 at the Hoag Auditorium within a short walk of beautiful downtown Dahlonega, Georgia Atlanta, Georgia [March 16, 2015] – The 2015 Southeastern Film Festival (SEFF), presented
We are excited to have our first event in 2015 for the SouthEastern Film Festival at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega from April 10-12 2015. This will be a weekend of independent film! There is no cost for admission and
Submissions are closed for 2016. We will be accepting submissions to the SouthEastern Film Festival in June 2016 for the 2017 festival, you can enter the festival via our website or through our partner FilmFreeway.com. We are looking for quality story telling