The Alameda International Film Festival gathers shorts, features, and the people who make them from all over the world. Every Fall, audiences in the beautiful island city of Alameda, California gain access to the very latest and greatest in cinema.
Last year’s festival included 4 features and 8 shorts programs, with over a dozen countries represented, and multiple filmmakers in attendance for our Gala Opening, Q&A sessions, and Awards Ceremony. Many of the films in our program were U.S. or World Premieres. Check out our prior year’s films for a taste of what AIFF is about.
AIFF, along with our generous sponsors and partners, also sponsored Alameda Film Week, a weeklong celebration of classic film, all free to audiences across the island. Last year, we celebrated Sidney Poitier and the Muppets.
We’re back in 2018 with more original groundbreaking shorts and features as part of AIFF (November 2-4), preceded by a collection of free classic movies during Alameda Film Week (October 26 – November 1), and a 25th Anniversary screening of Mrs. Doubtfire (October 20) at Rock Wall Wine Company.
We’re rolling out the red carpet. Come and be a part of it.
AIFF is a project of Anchor Alameda Association for Art and Film.