One Nation Film Festival

ONFF // One Nation Film Festval

1st edition

Apr 08 - Apr 09, 2021
Estimated
Colorado Springs, United States

Open Call Open to Public Competitive Market Special Fees

Festival type Real Venue Festival
Types of films Docu-feature, Documentary, Narrative fiction
Film length Full length, Mid-length, Short
Genre Comedy, Comedy drama, Culture, Drama, Dramedy, Environmental, History, Horror, Human rights, Independent, Live Action, Mockumentary, Nature, Road Trip, Social issues, Sports

Mission / description One Nation Film Festival is an annual event held in Colorado Springs, CO. The festival will focus on Native American and Global Indigenous Narrative and Documentary Feature and Short Films. The films should feature Native American cast, crew or address Native American historical or comtemporary stories.

One Nation Film Festival(ONFF) will showcase the work of independent filmmakers amidst the mountainous backdrop of Colorado Springs, Colorado and is about filmmakers, audiences, and film professionals establishing a relationship and supporting independent film.

ONFF has showcased films from all over the globe, covering a variety of subjects and genres. 95 percent of the films shown during the festival come through our online submissions. The festival will highlight attending filmmaker at screenings Q & A sessions, with filmmaker panels, parties and receptions.

Boasting a broad selection of films, ONFF will presents genre-specific awards, as well as Best Short, Feature, Documentary and Festival Director's Choice.

The 2016 One Nation Film Festival will take place April 8th and 9th, 2016 in Colorado Springs.

ABOUT Colorado Springs
Located at the foot of Pikes Peak, with metropolitan area population of approximately 670,000 Colorado Springs boast a major university and college as well as the United States Air Force Academy. Along with hiking trails, a world- class hotel, art galleries, shops and restaurants, Colorado Springs is just 60 minutes from Denver. It is the home of the United States Olympic Training Center and headquarters of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) as well as several Olympic sport governing bodies. Colorado Springs has several Top Ten awards and recognition's among them, Bicycling Magazine “Friendliest Bike City in America", Men's Fitness, "Fittest City in America", Women's Health, "The Best Places to Live for Women" Men's Fitness, "Top Sports Town" Forbes, "America's Most Pet-Friendly City" MSNBC, "Best Cities to Live, Work and Play". Colorado Springs and the surrounding area was a major film industry hub before LA and along with New Mexico the first states to have a state film commission and has been the filming location for several major motion pictures. One Nations offices are located on the Historic Alexander Film Company lot in Colorado Springs.
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Festival website onff.org

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