DC Independent Film Festival

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DC Independent Film Festival
Location Washington, D.C.
Founded 1999
Website http://www.dciff.org/

The DC Independent Film Festival (DCIFF) is the oldest independent film festival in Washington, D.C. Launched in 1999, DCIFF exhibits features, shorts and documentaries from around the world. The festival also hosts world premieres, seminars, and workshops, and also sponsors discussions with the United States Congress.[1]


Held at the Arleigh Burke Theater, the 2010 festival hosted the documentary "The Quantum Tamers: Revealing Our Weird and Wired Future and animated short Roue.[2]


The 2012 festival was held between February 29 and March 4 and honored documentarian Les Blank.[3]



  1. ^ "DC Independent Film Festival". Retrieved 9 February 2012. [permanent dead link]
  2. ^ Orndorff, Amy (26 February 2010). "2010 Washington DC Independent Film Festival". The Washington Post. Retrieved 9 March 2012. 
  3. ^ Joyce, Amy (29 February 2012). "DC Independent Film Festival kicks off today". The Washington Post. Retrieved 9 March 2012. 

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