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Philadelphia Independent Film Festival

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Philadelphia Independent Film Festival
LocationPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, US
Festival dateEvery April

Philadelphia Independent Film Festival is an annual film festival which takes place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The festival was created in 2007 by the Media Bureau, Inc. and has been programmed by the #undergroundfilmforum #uff since its inception. The festival Director is Benjamin F. Barnett. The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival accepts global submissions.

The first festival was held in 2008 and screened 151 films and videos.[1] The second festival was held in 2009.[2] The third was in 2010, and the fourth, in 2011 [3][4] The fifth, in 2012, screened 122 films and videos.[5] The sixth, in 2013, screened 91 films. The 7th, in 2014, screened 98 films and videos. The festival has consistently highlighted local and global independent films.[6]

The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival was named in the "Top 50 Festivals Worth The Entry Fee" by MovieMaker magazine.[7]

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  1. ^ "Philmadelphia, The new Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, running today through Sunday, adds a cutting edge to the city's cultural calendar" Philadelphia Inquirer - June 26, 2008 Newsbank link
  2. ^ "The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival celebrates do-it-yourself" Philadelphia Inquirer June 21, 2009 "> Newsbank
  3. ^ Tirdad Derakhshani "Now playing: Three Phila. film festivals" Philadelphia Inquirer June 21, 2011
  4. ^ Annie Bydlon, Philly Independent Film Festival gears up WHYY June 23, 2011 Newsbreak
  5. ^ "An Interview With the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival Chairperson, Melissa O’Donnell" June 19, 2012 Geekadelphia
  6. ^ "Enabling the Unthinkable". Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. Retrieved 2017-02-03.
  7. ^ Rupprecht, Kyle. "Festivals: Top 50 Festivals Worth the Entry Fee". MovieMaker Magazine. Retrieved 2017-02-03.

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