Maine Film Festivals

Upcoming Festivals

  • July 12-21, 2024

    Maine International Film Festival (MIFF)

    Founded in 1998, the Maine International Film Festival (MIFF) is a project of the Maine Film Center. The 10 days of the festival showcase nearly 100 films, representing the best of American independent and international cinema, and spotlight some of Maine and New England’s most exciting and innovative filmmakers.

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  • July 24-28, 2024


    The Maine Outdoor Film Festival (MOFF) curates and produces film experiences related to the beauty, interactivity and complexity of our planet. The festival believes top-notch storytelling and imagery has the potential to broaden perspectives, strengthen relationships, and to foster change within ourselves and our communities.

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  • September 12-15, 2024


    The Camden International Film Festival will feature a slate of boundary-pushing documentary films and filmmakers from across the globe. The festival will take place in person from September 12-15 at various venues throughout Camden and Rockland, Maine.

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  • September 26-28, 2024

    International Maritime Film Festival (IMFF)

    The 2024 festival, its 8th year, is an annual juried contest of films celebrating maritime heritage, the spirit of adventure, the ingenuity of boats and waterborne pursuits, climate issues, and odes to our precious ocean environment. IMFF is THE premier event for maritime-themed filmmaking.

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Past/TBD Festivals

  • February 3, 2024

    Maine Jewish Film Festival (MJFF)

    The Maine Jewish Film Festival celebrates filmmaking—inspiring conversation through the lens of global Jewish experience. Innovative programming invites a diverse statewide audience into the dialogue.

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"We have been fortunate to have made two movies in Maine — The Way We Get By and Beneath The Harvest Sky.” Maine is a very special state in that there are so many options for locations. Given its size, you can travel to northern Maine, southern Maine, all along the coast, and tell a number of different stories in totally unique worlds with each film having very distinctive looks. The abundance of locations combined with the incredible generosity of the people and communities, make filmmaking in Maine a pure joy. We would not be filmmakers today without the support from the people of Maine and we will be forever grateful."

- Gita Pullapilly and Aron Gaudet, The Way We Get By and Beneath the Harvest Sky

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