The USHIFF Golden Film Awards will showcase feature & short films from around the world as well as providing a platform for up and coming filmmakers in independent feature films.
Representing the art and craft of cinematic storytelling, the festival is a platform for fostering meaningful global communication between all cultures through Cinema. The goal of the founders is to expose international talent and to build bridges of understanding and creativity within the film industry.
This is a great opportunity to expose a diverse range of talent to not only the public, but to distributors, investors and others who are in the business of film and fashion.
The USHIFF invite a new generation of filmmakers to “Twist the System” by rewarding unique and unorthodox approaches to filmmaking, USHIFF emphasizes emerging technologies such as mobile devices and digital media in film production and distribution.
The US Hollywood International Film Festival (USHIFF) will serve to showcase both established and undiscovered filmmakers by utilizing online video platform, and social media to share these films with a worldwide audience. The Festival Panel encourages and embraces “transmedia,” a style of filmmaking that encourages interaction with the audience, specifically through the internet, social media, and online venues.
US Hollywood Int’l Film Festival (USHIFF) salute to Independent Filmmakers and enthusiastically pursues its artistic and public service goals; to enrich, to educate, to entertain, to initiate, to enhance cultural dialogue and celebrate cinematic excellence in any language. The principle objectives of USHIFF is encompass promoting film to an ever-widening audience as a powerful medium that inspires creativity, encourages introspection and compels exploration. The US Hollywood Int’l Film Festival (USHIFF) aims for a leadership role in providing an extensive forum for multicultural exchange in the heart of Hollywood and beyond. Also the film festival’s goal is to search out skilled and creative next generation filmmakers and bring their work together – presenting them in an international, culturally political framework in order to best facilitate the exchange of imaginative ideas.