A. The Crossroads Film Society sponsors the Annual Crossroads Film Festival each April in Jackson, Mississippi. We are a multi-cultural, 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing access to international, national, and local film and video. We also encourage discussion and production for film and video, particularly as related to the cultural, educational and economic vitality of the state and region. Our society ’s objectives are met through year-round programming, including special events, lectures, workshops, and the annual Crossroads Film Festival.
The mission of the Crossroads Film Society is to celebrate the art of filmmaking in all of its diversity and depth. The Crossroads Film Society will facilitate and promote a broader spectrum of film and video for the community, will present and honor films and videos related to Mississippi and the South, and will provide educational opportunities and facilitate general discussions for film lovers and aspiring film makers.
First place in each category.
Each year a special award, the Ruma Award for Most Promising Mississippi Filmmaker, is given to a talented hometown filmmaker.
Crossroads Film Festival awards between 10-15 pieces of handmade, local glass artwork each year, and many categories also win cash prizes.
Submit via Filmfreeway.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Michele Baker (Festival Coordinator)
P. O. Box 22604
Jackson MS 39225
U S A
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Music videos accepted from bands (original songs, all genres of music) within a 3-hour driving radius of Jackson, Mississippi, USA. Includes Memphis, Birmingham, Mobile, New Orleans, Baton Rouge... Want to check eligibility before you enter a video?
Animated films (any length) on any topic and across all genres.
Short documentary (up to 44 minutes) on any topic and in any genre.
Student films (any length) made by college students. Any topic, any genre. Please include copy of college ID.
Films made by youth up to age 18. May be any length, any genre. Please include a letter from your school or a copy of your high school ID card.
Feature documentary (45 minutes or longer) in any genre and on any topic.
Feature narratives (longer than 45 minutes) in any genre, and about any subject.
Short narrative film (up to 44 minutes) in any genre and on any topic
Experimental films (any length) - any topic, any genre.