1. The commute to SF is 22 minutes long. And there’s booze. If you take one of two ferries leaving Alameda, you can be at the Ferry Building, a Giants game, or Angel Island in about 20 minutes, and you can spend that 20 minutes eating and drinking ’cause they sell cookies, snacks, and booze … Continue reading 24 Things You Don’t Know About Alameda (Unless You’re From There)
With the Alameda International Film Festival rapidly approaching, filmmakers from around the world will soon be arriving in the Bay Area to see their films on the festival screen. We have directors, writers, producers, and actors coming from as close as L.A. and as far away as Ukraine, and this bunch of creatives will be needing a … Continue reading Host An AIFF Filmmaker
Time is running out to submit your film to the Alameda International Film Festival with only a few weeks left before the final deadline. Our festival program is already studded with a variety of great films, but even then we know there’s a plethora of cinema we’ve yet to lay our eyes on. If you’re considering … Continue reading How To Submit Your Film
The Alameda International Film Festival has secured a few sponsors for our upcoming festival but we could always use more! Here’s a list of our sponsorship levels and what comes with them. If you’re interested, or know anyone who is, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve got almost 200 submissions so far this year, and we are getting closer to selecting programs for October 7th, 8th, and 9th. Here are some quick highlights and teasers: A teleporting clown comforts & terrorizes unsuspecting callers. A poem is recited for the Syrian refugees of Calais, France. A woman discovers a ghost with a Snap Chat filter. At … Continue reading Keep ’em Coming!
Here’s a quick pan from the AIFF float this year: It was a great time, and people were super excited to learn more about the upcoming festival. Lots more photos after the jump.
The Alameda International Film Festival will be held Friday – Sunday, October 7 – 9, 2016. The festival directors are currently watching submissions and putting together programming. Look for animation, live-action, shorts and features coming your way this Fall.
Program information and ticket sales will be made available soon.
Contact us directly to pick up a shirt, or for any questions about the fest!
AIFF was launched in 2016 by the executive producers of The Long Day Short Film Festival, which began in Alameda in 2008 and ran for 7 years…