"The IndieFEST Film Awards are unique in the industry. Attracting both powerhouse industry veterans as well as talented new filmmakers it is an exceptional, truly international awards competition, not a traditional film festival – which allows filmmakers from around the world to enter their films in this prestigious competition. The IndieFEST is about helping industry professionals who create fresh, standout entertainment achieve the publicity and credibility they deserve. Serving filmmakers is the IndieFEST’s primary goal.
Currently in its 7th year, The IndieFEST Film Awards is an avant-garde worldwide competition that strives to give talented directors, producers, actors, creative teams and new media creators the positive exposure they deserve. It discovers and honors the achievements of filmmakers who produce high quality films and new media. The IndieFEST promotes award winners through press releases to over 40,000 filmmakers, industry contacts as well as five additional global media/distribution outlets. We are currently creating a filmmaker representative program to assist with the distribution of award winning films.
Our talented IndieFEST award winners have gone on to win Oscars, Emmys & Tellys."
Pretty great right? The first of our three awards was in the LGBT category for The Indie Fest awarded to Episode 203 "Darker The Berry." It's written by the incredibly talented Michael Bartz, directed by Kelsey Jorissen, and stars the luminous David Wesley Mitchel, Michael Bartz, Dennis Grimes, Laura McClain, and Kat Wolf.
Have you seen it yet? You can rent it and directly support the artists involved with its creation by clicking here.