We can't wait to welcome you back to North Hollywood for the 17th Annual Valley Film Festival, , and are excited to announce that our programming is in full swing, with the Los Angeles Premieres of the documentary, That Never Happened: Canada's First National Internment Operations, produced by Ryan Boyko and Diani Cofini, and the feature film, The Father and The Bear, directed by John Putch, which will open the Festival at Laemmle NoHo7.
But first, we need your help before our fiscal year ends on June 30th.
As a non-profit, we rely on your donations and thank you for making us the longest running film festival in L.A.'s San Fernando Valley, 17 years and counting! Your donation is tax-deductible and 89 cents of every $1.00 goes directly into producing the Festival and our local economy. Please give what you can today so we may continue to showcase independent films from around the corner and around the world.
Can't give today? We hear you. There are other ways you can help The Valley Film Festival:
Need more reasons to donate to The Valley Film Festival?
- Our volunteer-run team are some of the hardest working people in the entertainment industry. Period.
- Long before California film incentives, we were rewarding local film production with our signature "Made in the (818)" program.
- We love subtitles! We're not just a local fest, we screen films & host filmmakers from all over the world. Like, totally.
- Dreams start somewhere & never die. We screen films made by & for tweens to octogenarians and welcome all 60+ genders. There's a home for you at VFF.
- Film festivals bring a community of filmmakers and film lovers together to form lasting relationships.
- Because you can.