Calgary Underground Film Festival
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.
About the Festival
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.
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.
- BEST FILM
- BEST NARRATIVE FEATURE
- BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
- BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT
- BEST ANIMATED SHORT
- BEST NARRATIVE SHORT
48-Hour Movie Making Challenge
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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