This year has even more new and exciting films and activities in the 11 day run at the Harkins Scottsdale 101.
We are eagerly awaiting the opening and are rather antsy about seeing some of the entries at this years festival.
Let us know in the comments section below if you are going to the festival and what you think afterwards.
APRIL 4-14, 2019
HARKINS SCOTTSDALE 101 14
7000 E. MAYO BLVD. IN PHOENIX, AZ
Phoenix Film Festival is Arizona’s largest film festival. Every year they host nearly 300 films, hold filmmaking seminars, parties and amazing events for over 27,000 attendees during 11 days at the Harkins Scottsdale 101.
PFF has been named one of The 25 Coolest Film Festivals and a Top 50 Worth the Entry Fee by MovieMaker Magazine and has been called the most filmmaker-friendly festival out there.
So what are you waiting for? Find Your New Favorite Movie!
The Phoenix Film Festival is held all in one place making your festival experience that much more fun!
No schlepping from venue to venue, all screenings are at the Harkins Scottsdale 101 theatre. The ticket center and the Party Pavilion are all within steps of the theatre making your festival experience as easy and relaxed as possible!
The Schedule for the Phoenix Film Festival is massive, below is the link to the schedule. Choose your films and go get tickets.
If you want a cool t-shirt (or three) to wear to the festival, here is your chance to get them:
As always, every year the Phoenix Film Festival commissions artist to design specialty posters for the festival featuring their mascot Camera Head. Here is a link to those posters:
PFF is committed to making screenings and festival events accessible to all attendees. We are continually looking for ways in which we may improve our services, and welcome comments and requests from our attendees.
As the Phoenix Film Festival is held at the Harkins Scottsdale 101 theatre, all screenings are fully accessible with ample designated parking, clearly marked ground level/no-step entry, wheelchair accessible seating, box office, concessions, restrooms and water fountains.
Harkins also provides assisted listening devices free of charge.
For More Information
The Phoenix Film Festival is a program under the 501(c)3 non-profit organization Phoenix Film Foundation, and is a sibling of the Phoenix Film Society, International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival, Peoria Film Fest, IFP/Phoenix, Arizona Student Film Festival and Phoenix Critics Circle. Our mission is to support and develop the artistic appreciation, educational opportunities and growth of independent film within Arizona. The Foundation’s primary functions through its programs are to promote the exhibition of independent films and conduct educational programs that teach the art of filmmaking