Leonid Khromov International Film Festival (LKIFF) was founded in 2020 by producer and entrepreneur Leonid Khromov. LKIFF is an independent platform for international cinema, where bright and ambitious beginners and experienced filmmakers can present their films to the international community.
The LKIFF jury consists of creative and vibrant people who are professionals in their fields (actors, producers, directors, film critics, etc.). Full-length and short-length feature films and documentaries.
The main prize of the Festival: Grand Prize (diploma + possible cash prize). The prize is awarded to feature films.
Best short feature film of the Festival: Best Short Film (diploma + gifts from sponsors of the Festival).
All other nominations receive diplomas: Best Drama, Best Comedy, Best Science Fiction, Best Action, Best Documentary, Best Animated Feature, Best Screenplay, and Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Director.
The organizer can establish additional nominations at its discretion.
The organizer can increase the number of prizes and their monetary value at their discretion.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Leonid Khromov (Russia) - President of the international film festival LKIFF. Chairman of the jury. Director, producer, screenwriter, actor. Founder of the production company Leonid Khromov Production. Producer of the Actress Universe international film award. Former organizer of international beauty contests.
Ramesh Kumar Kannan (USA) - Multi award winning music composer. He holds an associated diploma in music from the Trinity Guildhall College in London and a graduate certificate in scoring for motion pictures and television from the University of Southern California's Thornton school, who took part in writing compositions for such famous international film projects as Minions, Mad Max and others, as well as for the game Assassins.
Natalya Soboleva (France) - President of the Franco-Russian Association Natalie. Poetess.
Rumi Shoazimov (Tajikistan) - Director. Graduate of VGIK. Finalist and prize-winner of the international film festival LKIFF 2020.
Vincent Launay-Franceschini (France) - Director, screenwriter, actor. Winner of the second international film festival LKIFF 2021 in the nomination Best Short Drama.
Short films (up to 25 minutes)
Duration not less than 10 minutes
Feature films (more than 60 minutes)