Indie Films in the
September 16–18, 2016 Joshua Tree International Film Festival 2016
Perspective in Sacred Space:
Filmmakers of Color Exploring Personal and Public Space
The 2016 Joshua Tree International Film Festival (JTIFF) welcomes L.A. based filmmakers of color to submit their work to the Black Lotus Institute (BLI)’s short film exhibit, Perspective in Sacred Space. The exhibit will feature experimental films 3-5 minutes in length created by filmmakers or featuring characters of color, exploring issues and dynamics of personal and public space.
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The Joshua Tree International Film Festival™ (JTIFF) will take place September 18-20, 2015 in Joshua Tree, California. Nestled against the majestic peaks of one the nation’s most celebrated National Parks, the Festival has attracted submissions and attention from leading independent filmmakers and cinema lovers from around the world. In 2015, the Festival will feature a wide array of films, panels, workshops and events that will allow filmmakers and audiences to connect in a relaxed environment that nurtures out-of-the-box thinking and collaboration. With over 30 films in three days, two galas and presentation of the JTIFF/Black Lotus Award in Film making to outstanding works, the festival will have something for everyone.
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Locations will be announced on Aug 18th
FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE
Passes and tickets to screenings and events purchased online in advance will be available at the Information Desk located at the Joshua Tree Chamber of Commerce Office on Friday, Noon – 5:00 PM and on Saturday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. All pass holder and ticket related issues can be solved by attendant or Box Office Manager.