Entries by GI Film Festival

The Rise and Fall of Super 8

While both Kodak and Fujifilm have discontinued the production of Super 8 recording devices, they still produce a variety of Super 8 films. It is widely used till today for several special sequences and an inexpensive alternative to high definition video.

Circuit Training

Filmmaker Bootcamp: Surviving the Festival Circuit with Jon Gann Want to learn to navigate the festival circuit?  Meet the man who literally wrote the book on it.  Author of Behind the Screens, Programmers Reveal How Film Festivals Really Work   At the “Guerrilla Finance and Distribution Boot Camp,” you can learn from expert Jon Gann on how […]

BYOB (Be Your Own Brand)

Filmmaker Bootcamp: BYOB (Be Your Own Brand) with Brian Iglesias Want to self-distribute your film and keep control over your enterprise?  Learn from a former Marine who turned a documentary into a feature film, graphic novel and animated series. Branding is the foundation of everything you will do to pitch and promote your project. Learn […]

WMAL Celebrates The Veterans With GIFF

  The GI Film Festival is thrilled to have WMAL as a 2014 media sponsor to the nation’s preeminent military entertainment event. “WMAL has been serving the Washington, D.C. area since the 1920s,” said GI Film Festival President Brandon Millett. “They are an integral part in sharing veterans’ stories and it’s an honor to have […]

Filmmakers Listen to the Story

I am so excited to participate in the GIFF, to get to know the other filmmakers who have had to fight through that uncertainty for something they weren’t sure would ever exist but felt and knew needed to. If there’s one thing that I can say about my experience of film-making it is that it […]