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Chattanooga Film

Festival 2018

#RESPECTCINEMA × #CHATTFILMFEST

 
 

COUNTDOWN TO CFF 2019:

Your incredibly discerning taste in motion pictures and/or masterful Googling skills have brought you to the official headquarters for the Chattanooga Film Festival.

We hope YOU HAD AS MUCH FUN AS WE DID DURING CFF 2018! WE ALREADY HAVE 2019 IN THE WORKS!!!


2018 CFF AWARDS & LAURELS

 

 
 

Best Feature—Tigers Are Not Afraid; Director Issa Lopez
 

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Audience Award—All the Creatures Were Stirring, Directors Rebekah and David Ian McKendry

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Best Short—Emergency; Director Carey Williams

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Tennessee Filmmaker—The Order; Director Chad Cunningham

Student Filmmaker—Posers; director Sean Thiessen

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Featured CFF PRESS

About the Chattanooga Film Festival

 Elijah Wood winning the Moonpie eating contest, CFF 2015

Elijah Wood winning the Moonpie eating contest, CFF 2015

 
 

The Chattanooga Film Festival loves everything about cinema: the films, filmmakers and audiences; the critics, collectors and curators; and most especially the popcorn. The first ever Chattanooga Film Festival was held in 2014, and has been quickly making a name for itself among film-lovers, filmmakers and the film industry. The festival’s record-breaking third year drew more than 12,000 people to its films, workshops and special events.

We share films and events that are unique, challenging, critically significant and a helluva lot of fun. We particularly love little films that feel like big films, because we like to think of Chattanooga as a small town with big ideas. Our ultimate goal is to remember, discover and cultivate cinema worthy of everyone’s love and respect. As always, CFF is proudly continuing its mission to “Respect Cinema,” in hopes of increasing film exhibition, education and production in the state of Tennessee.

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