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  1. 1Cleveland International Film Festival

    Cleveland, OH
    March 27 – April 7

    The Cleveland International Film Festival is on its 43rd year of providing the newest films from all around the world. With over 440+ films and several competitions with filmmakers competing for prizes up to $15,000, you will see why CIFF is the leader in helping the world discover the power of film.  Aside from the films, there are so many special programs that go on during the festival such as director spotlights and opening and closing ceremonies where you can meet and mingle with film makers and actors.

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    Whether you’re a lover of documentaries or foreign films, the film schedule is filed with variety for everyone’s viewing pleasure.


    The CIFF is hosted at the Tower City Cinemas and screenings will also be held at CIFF East and CIFF West locations.   

    Cleveland Bus Station
    1465 Chester Ave
    Cleveland, OH 44114
    Tele: (216) 781-0520
  2. 2Atlanta Film Festival

    Atlanta, GA
    April 4– April 14

    Atlanta Film Festival is one of the longest running film festivals in the country with an audience of over 28,000 peoples viewing and discovering hundreds of new films. There are over 8,000 submissions from all over the world every year. Catch a documentary, indie film, animation, short film, and more, and in between films catch the panel discussions and workshops to interact and network with industry pros and rookies.

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    ATLFF has a 5-day Creative Conference with about 40 panels and demos to get great insights on the world of cinema, screenwriting, producing, casing, and more.


    Check out the ATLFF venues and parking here to plan your trip.  

    Atlanta Bus Station 
    232 Forsyth St SW
    Atlanta, GA 30303
    Tel: (404) 584-1728
  3. 3Wisconsin Film Festival

    Madison, WI
    April 4- April 11

    Wisconsin Film Festival has the motto “eat, sleep, film, repeat” and it embodies the culture of the festival. Festival goers are encouraged to turn their phones off and enjoy the broad range of films showcased throughout the week. Although films don’t have ratings so there’s no way to know about scenes that aren’t appropriate for all ages, there’s a series of films curated specifically for “little folks”. The “Big Screens, Little Folks” features full-length and short films for kids to enjoy.

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    There are more than just films and screenings, there are also plenty of events to attend while you’re visiting.


    There will be screenings held at multiple venues, including the AMC Madison 6.

    Badger Terminal
    700 University Ave
    Madison, WI 53705
    Tel: (800) 231-2222
  4. 4San Francisco Film Festival

    San Francisco, CA
    April 10 – April 23

    The San Francisco Film Festival is the longest-running film festival in America and is a highly anticipated Spring event in the Bay Area. SFFILM boasts of having the world’s finest films and filmmakers in an extraordinary display of cinematic discovery. In addition to the films, financial and creative resources are offered to filmmakers from all over the world. 

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    The opening night will be a star-studded event with a screening of “Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City” and wraps up with a party to mix and mingles with some of the film producers, actors, and other industry pros. 


    Screenings and events happen at multiple venues throughout the city, check the calendar to make sure you’re in the right place at the right time for the perfect screening.    

    San Francisco Bus Station 
    200 Folsom St
    San Francisco, CA 94105
    Tel: (415) 495-1569

  5. 5Tribeca Film Festival

    New York, NY
    April 24 – May 5

    Tribeca Film Festival is one of the most prominent film festivals held in the country with over three million attendees including your favorite celebrities from art, film, and music. The cinematic celebration features some of the best films, documentaries, and shorts, and gives you great insight into the future of the industry.

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    From the Tribeca Talks featuring discussions from directors and actors, Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro are having one that’s going to be iconic, to the special events and parties, TFF is like the film buff’s paradise.


    The schedule gives you a rundown of what movies are being shown and where you can find them. Showings are held at some of the amazing places in the city, including the Apollo Theater.

    Port Authority Bus Station
    625 8th Ave
    New York, NY 10018
    Tel: (212) 971-6789

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