28 May

The Vermont Filmmakers'™ Showcase.

The Vermont International Film Festival is proud to celebrate Vermont filmmaking with our annual Vermont Filmmakers’ Showcase™, the oldest and largest juried presentation of Vermont films in the state. Applications for 2013 are now closed We accept all genres, styles and lengths. There is no fee for Vermont films or videos submitted. A screening of […]

21 May

Vermont International Film Festival 2012

If you enjoyed last year’s festival and would like to support this year, do consider making a donation. Any amount is appreciated and even $100 entitles you to some free tickets. Larger donations and sponsorships will see your name on screen, your ad in the press and a range of other benefits. The festival is […]

25 April

2013 Festival Trailer Competition!

Open to all Vermont residents and students. Have your trailer shown before festival films! The Vermont International Film Festival invites film/videomakers to enter a competition for making the 2013 VTIFF festival trailer. The competition is open to all Vermont residents and to students attending any Vermont college, university or high school. Festival trailers are shown before […]

1 April

VTIFF Presents Monthly Global Roots Film Series Starting In April

Burlington, VT: (Monday, April 1, 2013) The Vermont International Film Festival is pleased to present Global Roots, a new monthly series of films from the countries of New Americans living in Vermont. The series starts Sunday, April 14th, and is the second Sunday of every month at 5pm through September 2013 at North End Studios, […]

28 February

Best of VTIFF 2012 Showcase

Download the Press Release or stills from Flickr.  

1 November

ARTS: Collegians lose sleep, gain filmmaking experience

Williston Observer November 1, 2012 Observer Staff Twenty haggard and bleary-eyed collegiate filmmakers gathered Sunday at Main Street Landing on the Burlington waterfront for the screening of movies conceived and shot in a 24-hour burst of creative collaboration…

31 October

Report From the VT International Film Festival

Seven Days October 31, 2012 MARGOT HARRISON Appropriately for spook season, one of the biggest sensations of last week’s Vermont International Film Festival was death — A Band Called Death, that is. Directed by locals Mark Covino and Jeff Howlett, the music doc played to a packed house at the Essex Cinemas and netted the fest’s Audience Award…

23 October

Burlington Mayor's Press Conference

Vermont International Film Festival Tribute to George Stoney, Father of Public-Access Television Mayor Miro Weinberger promotes a tribute by the Vermont International Film Festival (VTIFF) to George Stoney, documentary filmmaker, educator, and father of public-access television. Weinberger is joined at the event by Orly Yadin, filmmaker and executive director of the VTIFF, Lauren-Glenn Davitian, executive […]

19 October

Gorging at the Vermont International Film Festival

Seven Days October 21, 2012 by Alice Levitt Last year, for the first time, the Vermont International Film Festival was organized thematically — and one of those themes was food. It was intended to be a one-time special, but, says executive director Orly Yadin with a laugh, “I can’t keep away from food. It was really successful and we […]

29 August

Short Takes on Film

Seven Days August 29, 2012 MARGOT HARRISON Want a preview of the Vermont International Film Festival (October 19 to 28)? Next Wednesday, head to the top of Burlington’s Church Street to watch trailers of films to be screened at VTIFF, plus a 40-minute movie called Green. It’s a narration-less documentary about an orangutan falling victim to deforestation […]