Hollywood Film Festival

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Hollywood Film Festival
Hollywood Film Festival logo
Location Los Angeles, California
United States
Founded 1997
Festival date October

The Hollywood Film Festival is an annual film festival which is located in Los Angeles, California, USA.

History[edit]

The Festival was established in 1997 by author producer Carlos de Abreu and his wife, model Janice Pennington.[1]

The Hollywood Film Festival was created to make a connection between established Hollywood studios, independent filmmakers and the global creative community.[2]

The Hollywood Film Festival is composed of:

  • Hollywood Animation Film Festival
  • Hollywood Comedy Film Festival
  • Hollywood Digital Film Festival
  • Hollywood Documentary Film Festival
  • Hollywood Horror Film Festival
  • Hollywood Independent Film Festival
  • Hollywood International Film Festival
  • Hollywood Kids Film Festival
  • Hollywood Shorts Film Festival
  • Hollywood World Film Festival
  • Hollywood Film Awards
  • Hollywood Career Achievement Award
  • Hollywood Director Award
  • Hollywood Actor Award
  • Hollywood Actress Award
  • Hollywood Supporting Actor Award
  • Hollywood Supporting Actress Award
  • Hollywood Ensemble Award
  • Hollywood Breakout Performance Actress Award
  • Hollywood Breakout Performance Actor Award
  • Hollywood Breakthrough Director Award
  • New Hollywood Award
  • Hollywood Screenwriter Award
  • Hollywood Song Award
  • Hollywood Blockbuster Award
  • Hollywood Cinematography Award
  • Hollywood Visual Effects Award
  • Hollywood Film Composer Award
  • Hollywood Costume Design Award
  • Hollywood Editing Award
  • Hollywood Production Design Award
  • Hollywood Sound Award
  • Hollywood Make-Up and Hairstyling Award

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pete Hammond, 'Gone Girl' Takes Top Prize At Hollywood Film Awards; 'The Imitation Game' Leads With 4 Nods: Complete Winners List , Deadline.com, November 14, 2014
  2. ^ Michael Haddad, The Screenwriter's Sourcebook: A Comprehensive Marketing Guide for Screen and Television Writers, Chicago Review Press, 2005 [1]

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