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Local Film Festivals



African American Film Festival

The Kravis Center’s African-American Film Festival is an annual event that was founded by James Drayton. This special series includes films that feature African-American actors and directors and convey the African-American experience. This annual series strives to educate, entertain and enlighten attendees.

Art of Recovery Film Festival

The Art of Recovery encompasses an art show and film festival that is sobriety and recovery centered. Geared to inspire hope in the lives of many struggling with addiction issues. Since September 2014 The Art of Recovery has given people a platform to express themselves through artistic mediums that they may not be able to convey in a conversational format.



Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival

The Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival features films, documentaries, comedies and shorts that explore the Jewish experience, culture, history, identity and topics relevant to Jewish life. Their mission is to provide the newest, most stimulating and thought provoking films that encourage audiences to expand their understanding of the Jewish world and engage in dialogue to explore the many diverse perspectives portrayed by the films presented.



Boynton Beach Short Film Festival

The BBSFF  serves as a launching pad for emerging Floridia filmmakers wishing to showcase their work.  The wide range of submission categories invites the professional and student filmmakers to tell their stories. The BBSFF welcomes Jewish, LGBTQ, Caribbean, and scholastic communities as well as films from the classic categories of comedy, horror, romance, sci-fi, documentary, foreign, animation, and music videos.



Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival

Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival

Featuring highly anticipated, critically acclaimed and thought-provoking films to Palm Beach County. The festival presents over 75 films and events with actors, directors and industry guests.  Bringing the work of both emerging and established filmmakers from around the world into the County. The festival fosters collaboration with community partners, diverse populations, and student filmmakers to bring a mix voices and perspectives to film discussions and panels.





Florida Comedy Film Festival

A weekend comedy festival that is sure to tickle your funny bone. The Florida Comedy Film Festival features live screenings of feature films, foreign films, web series, short films, student films and more. Admission includes mingling with and meeting some of the filmmakers, as well as attendance to the festival's Q&A's with top entertainment professionals and performers.


L-Dub Film Festival in Lake Worth


L-Dub Lake Worth Film Festival

Launched with the goal of uniting hundreds of people, industry professionals, students and enthusiasts to expand upon independent filmmaking in South Florida. Film enthusiasts enjoy an eclectic collection of films produced by South Florida filmmakers. L-Dub is held in the Lake Worth Playhouse’s Stonzek Theatre and in the historic and cultural area of downtown Lake Worth, where guests can enjoy a variety local of sidewalk music, shops, and quality dining.


The Palm Beach Film Festival

Palm Beach Film Festival presents some of the best new featured films, short films and documentaries. We welcome you to join us and enjoy activities including the official opening gala, meet & greet events, discussions and Q&A Sessions. 

Student Showcase of Films | Largest student film competition in Florida   

The Palm Beaches Student Showcase of Films

The Student Showcase of Films is the largest statewide film competition and award show for Florida student filmmakers, screenwriters, graphic design and digital media artists. Over the years, the SSOF has awarded over $1.6 million in cash, scholarships and prizes. The juried competition recognizes outstanding high school and college students and will present over $20,000 in scholarships and awards this year. Students are judged by industry professionals from around the globe with finalists honored at an live awards show.


Swedefest in Palm Beach

Subculture Film Festival

The Subculture Film Festival, held at The Peach, West Palm Beach, features work from all over the country and spotlights locally produced films with the goal of encouraging, promoting, and supporting new voices in film from our region. A weekend of events include an opening and a closing gala with mixed media arts and entertainment. The festival offers a forum for filmmakers to exchange ideas on future projects. 



Swedefest in Palm Beach

Swede Fest Palm Beach

Inspired by the 2008 Jack Black comedy “Be Kind Rewind,” Swede Fest Palm Beach was crafted as a fun and entertaining way to get South Floridians involved in amateur filmmaking. What is a “Swede?” A laughably bad, no-budget, remake of a major Hollywood film. Swede Fest Palm Beach gets raves for providing a venue for amateur filmmakers to showcase their ingenuity and sense of humor. It’s a night of big laughs and good-natured homage to big films.



Swedefest in Palm Beach

Wellington Film Festival

Held each year in Wellington and surrounding areas, the Wellington Film Festival features regional films as well as international films, focusing on independent and student filmmakers. 
The Film Festival is an in-person event and will include venues such as the Movies of Lake Worth, the Movies at Wellington and Belair 509 Restaurant.

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival inspires environmental activism and a love for nature–through film. Wild & Scenic shares an urgent call to action, encouraging festival-goers to learn more about what they can do to save our threatened planet.

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