The Dunedin International Film Festival is calling for a total activation of the City of Dunedin in the name of film. Businesses, citizens, and City Officials have found a creative way to gather in the name of Arts and Culture.
What happens when a film festival takes over a city with no movie theatre? Solution: D.I.F.F. is turning 5 local businesses and City Hall into movie screening rooms for over 300 shorts films.
Woodwright Brewing Company
Soggy Bottom Brewing Co.
Tropical Bamboo Nursery & Gardens
City of Dunedin City Hall
Dunedin Public Library
*Location 9 TBA*
Visit our website to get a closer look at all 35 categories ranging from Horror / Thriller / Claymation / LGBTQ Nation / Native Heritage / Mindfulness
Special events and parties through the city all weekend long.
– Roy Davis Jr. — Dunedin International Film Festival Afterparty brought to you by Open House Conspiracy
– If you go to the website right now, tickets are only $39 for both days… don’t tell anyone, just go buy a ticket before someone realizes how cheap they are listed for.
Children are free because we encourage family time. In fact, we have a whole category dedicated to films made by children. That event is on Sunday January 13th at the Dunedin Public Library and it’s totally FREE.