Calgary Underground Film Festival

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The Calgary Underground Film Festival (CUFF) is a film festival held annually in Calgary, Alberta, Canada for 7 days. The 10th CUFF will take place April 15–21, 2013 at The Globe Cinema in downtown Calgary.[1]

About the Festival[edit]

Founded in 2003, CUFF is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to programming films that defy convention. Through the screening of contemporary works in various categories that include: feature, documentary, animation, short, and experimental - CUFF brings Calgarians a unique roster of films rarely seen in North American theatres.

CUFF showcases titles in all genres, from horror, sci-fi and fantasy to comedies, thrillers and music-related films.

In addition to finding great films, CUFF is committed to showcasing local and international indie filmmakers. CUFF is proud to contribute to Calgary's thriving arts community.

Festival awards[edit]

CUFF gathers a panel of local and visiting industry professionals to choose their top picks of the festival. Additionally, at each screening CUFF audiences receive ballots to submit their own festival favourites.

Audience Award

  • BEST FILM

Jury Awards

  • BEST NARRATIVE FEATURE
  • BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
  • BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT
  • BEST ANIMATED SHORT
  • BEST NARRATIVE SHORT

48-Hour Movie Making Challenge[edit]

48-Hour Movie Making Challenge gives young and emerging filmmakers an opportunity to produce a short film in 48 hours. The completed shorts are showcased on the opening night of the Calgary Underground Film Festival. See more information at Calgary Underground Film Festival

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