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Film Festivals - Selected

Festivals Directory
User generated directory for film, video and program makers, detailing how and when to submit work to over 1,500 events in over 80 countries.
Searchable database of international film and television festivals. Includes additional content such as interviews, film details, news, etc.

Deauville American Film Festival
Toronto (Tiff)
Los Angeles Film Festival
New York Film Festival
AFI Fest (American Film Institute)
Vermont International Film Festival
Green Mountain (VT) Film Festival

The world's largest short film festival.

Home Movie Day
Not really a film festival, but rather -from the web site- "...a celebration of amateur films and filmmaking held annually at many local venues worldwide. Home Movie Day events provide the opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with an audience of their community, and to see their neighbors' in turn."

Film & Television Awards

The Envelope - L.A. Times

Selected Major Film & Television Awards

Academy Awards aka Oscars / Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
Emmy Awards (TV) / Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Golden Globe Awards (Film & TV) / Hollywood Foreign Press Association
Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards (Film & TV)
Directors Guild Awards (Film & TV)
Writers Guild Awards (Film & TV)
Film Independent Spirit Awards
Gotham Independent Film Awards
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards (LAFCA)
New York Film Critics Circle Awards
Critics' Choice Awards (Broadcast Film Critics Association)
Television Critics Association Awards
BAFTA Awards (British Film & TV) / British Academy of Film & Television Arts

AFI's 100 Greatest Movies Lists
AFI's 10 Top 10
The American Film Institute celebrated the first century of American filmmaking by polling their "experts" for lists of the greatest American films of all times and greatest American films in various categories. The AFI also polled their "experts" for "America's 10 greatest films in 10 classic genres."