Since 2002, SCFF has screened over 1200 independent films and videos including scores of quality, locally produced works to tens of thousands of enthusiastic and dedicated film lovers, generating over $1 million in revenue for Santa Cruz.
Whether fact or fiction, commercial or avant-garde, live-action or animation, the Santa Cruz Film Festival celebrates the diverse art of talented filmmakers. SCFF presents artists who create films and videos in all genres from around the world in one of the most thought-provoking, entertaining, fun-filled, educational regional film festivals in the country.
The Festival has been proud to not only showcase new creative talents, but also to provide an interactive experience where filmmakers, musicians, performers, artists and the community can come together to share their art and ideas and to have an enlightening and fun time.
Honoring today's most creative independent films, SCFF presents Audience Awards in thirteen categories:
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Narrative short films 49 minutes and shorter.
This category is for narrative works 50 minutes and longer.
Outsider art that takes risks! Avant-garde, non-narrative, non-documentary works that challenge conventional filmmaking and storytelling. Music videos are invited to submit into this category.
Any work created by a resident of Santa Cruz or Monterey Counties is invited to submit in this category.
(less than 50 minutes)
Animated works in all formats - hand drawn, CGI, scratch on film...
Works made by filmmakers under 18 years old. Any style, genre, length and format is invited to submit for consideration.
Short subject documentaries 50 minutes and shorter.
This category is for documentary works 50 minutes and longer.
The EarthVision Environmental and Social Justice film section showcases work that raise awareness of, and aim to discover solutions to, crucial ecological and humanitarian issue.