An honor to be recognized by the Arlington
Martin Luther King Committee
CALL for FILM SUBMISSIONS
THE ARLINGTON INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL HAS OPENED SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 5TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL TO BE HELD AT THE KENDALL SQUARE CINEMA IN CAMBRIDGE, MA.
The Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) was founded in 2010, its mission being “to foster appreciation for different cultures by exploring the lives of people around the globe through independent film — to nurture the next generation of filmmakers”. AIFF is a juried festival and welcomes submissions of feature length and short films in all genres.
NAYTHEN LOWE is the winner of the Arlington
International Film Festival Poster Contest
Photos by Mona Sartoveh
Naythen Lowe, a 10th grade student at Cambridge Charter School, Cambridge, MA and a participating student at the Community Art Center in Cambridge, has taken his first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist by winning the 5th annual Arlington International Film Festival Poster Contest. As the winner of the 2015 Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) Poster Contest, Naythen’s winning design will become the international face of the 2015 Festival. Lowe’s poster was chosen from among the more than 50 entries submitted to the annual AIFF Poster Contest. Lowe, at 14 years of age is also an aspiring filmmaker and has been part of the Teen Media Program (TMP) at the Community Art Center in Cambridge for the past two years. As a member of the Video Studio Class at TMP, his films have focused on topics ranging from social justice to comedy. He is part of the DIYDS!- crew, has co-designed T-shirts for the DIYDS festival and is part of their selection committee that picks the best films to be screened out of the 150 youth films submitted. Sponsors:
CALL FOR ENTRIES
High School Student Filmmakers
The Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) is announcing its “Call for Student Entries”. In keeping with our desire to promote local artists, the organizers of the Festival would like to invite local student film makers to submit their shorts. Part of AIFF’s mission is to nurture the next generation of filmmakers within our community. We welcome your submissions.
The Arlington International Film Festival
October 15 – 22, 2015
Kendall Square Cinema, MA
Film Categories: Shorts – 30 min or less
Submission Deadline: May 30, 2015
Age Requirement: Students must be under 18 years of age and enrolled in high school
Arlington International Film Festival See you at the Kendall Square Cinema October 15 – 22
Yourarlington.com – Arlington Advocate – Bay State Banner Newspaper – Art Fuse Magazine – Boston Globe – CBS “El Centro” – Encuentro Latino TV Show – Imagine Magazine.
AIFF & Backstage (magazine and online casting notice community), is trying to build some rapport with indie filmmakers and let them know that Backstage can be a resource to indie filmmakers when they need to cast new projects. backstage.com