There are a large number of film festivals in Ohio, the list below is our expanding section of links.
The Cincinnati Film Festival brings around 100 films to the Queen City for an exciting 9 day event. Programming opens with a special invited film, includes screenings of shorts and features, narratives and docs, with filmmaker workshops, post-film Q & A sessions, and an awards ceremony. Although we are a relatively young festival, we have had over 800 films submitted from 34 countries, growing quickly to be a respected competition for filmmakers from around the world.
The Cleveland International Film Festival promotes artistically and culturally significant film arts through education and exhibition to enrich the life of the community.
The United States longest running film festival
The Film Festival of Columbus strives to create an experience that will bring a new and diverse cultural event to the area. The festival aims to bring people together, showcasing seasoned and rising filmmakers and extraordinary work from around the world. While promoting Columbus, Ohio as a filmmaking destination for all budgets, FFOCOL represents a turning point in the city’s creative scene.