Film Festival Alliance

Originally founded in 2010 as a program of IFP, The Film Festival Alliance was established in 2015 as an independent non-profit organization that develops and fosters collaboration among mission-driven film festivals around the world.

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From the Blog…

Last Call to Submit to the 2016 IFP Filmmaker Labs

Festival tribe, do you have emerging filmmakers on your radar who would benefit from the 2016 IFP Filmmaker Labs? If so, please spread the word… IFP’s unique yearlong mentorship program […]

Introducing the Film Festival Alliance!

Dear Film Festival Professional: Greetings! Just a few weeks ago, many of us gathered pre-Sundance at the Art House Convergence to share camaraderie, best practices and new ideas for how […]

Join an FFA Committee!

Now that the Film Festival Alliance is a stand-alone organization, we have a lot of work to do as a community. As such, we are pleased to announce the initial Committee […]

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Countdown to Art House Convergence!

The countdown to the 2016 Art House Convergence is ON! We’re looking forward to seeing SO many of you Monday in Midway, UT. To make sure you are fully prepared […]

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Milwaukee Film Festival

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Film can entertain, educate, and empower. It can bring change on levels both intimate and epic. And it’s at its best as a communal viewing experience, with the best possible sound and projection. As a nonprofit cultural institution, Milwaukee Film has made it our mission to communicate all of this to the city that we love, in a way that is both true and unique to Milwaukee.

Featured Partner

Spotlight Cinema Networks

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Spotlight Cinema Networks is a sponsor of the Film Festival Alliance and launched the Spotlight Support Network as a FFA member benefit. Spotlight offers an extraordinary revenue generating opportunity for U.S. Film Festival Alliance Organizational Members.  The Spotlight Support Program is a great way for festivals to generate self-earned revenue by leveraging unused/underused screen time during their events. Sign up here.