Destiny City Film Festival (DCFF) will present its eighth edition online from Feb. 26 to March 7, 2021. DCFF is particularly proud to highlight films by Washington state filmmakers,
Destiny City Film Festival (DCFF) will present its eighth edition online from Feb. 26 to March 7, 2021.
DCFF is particularly proud to highlight films by Washington state filmmakers, including Limelight directed by Claire Gostin (Gig Harbor), The River produced by Heather Pilder Olson (Seattle),
AJE IJO SERIES (4th INSTALLMENT FINALE): IMMORTAL directed by Kiana Harris (Seattle), What We See in the Clouds directed by Barb Hoffman (Seattle), Skipping Shorewood directed
by Evan Kubena (Seattle) and All For One directed by Luke Grigg (Quincy).
All films will be considered for DCFF’s 1st Prize Storyteller’s Award, Excellence in Narrative Feature Storytelling Award, Excellence in Documentary Storytelling Award, Excellence in
Narrative Short Storytelling Award, and the Evergreen Storyteller Award – eligible to works by a Washington state filmmaker. Award winners will selected by DCFF’s jury of veteran film industry
In addition to 10 days of film screenings, the Festival, funded by Tacoma Creates, will present the following free, public events curated by DCFF’s Advisory Board:
● Sunday, Feb. 28 at 2 p.m. – A New Generation of Storytellers, Co-Presented with The National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY)
● Saturday, March 6 at 1 p.m. – Beyond Inclusion: Equity, Opportunity and Film
● Saturday, March 6 at 4 p.m. – Foundations of a Screenplay Workshop: The Logline
Early Bird VIP passes are currently on sale at a discounted rate of $50 until Feb. 1. Students are eligible to receive free passes by applying here. To view the film lineup, purchase passes or
register to attend any free events, please visit https://destinycityfilmfestival.com
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