Montana Film Festival
The inaugural Bozeman Film Celebration event BZN International Film Festival is June 7-10, 2018 in Bozeman, Montana. The Montana film festival will spotlight women filmmakers, directors, actors and producers who understand that film is a powerful medium to convey their dreams and passions—and who are ready to take the helm, pioneering projects to change current statistics and elevate women’s visions and voices.
This year’s leading-edge selections define strong women who respect themselves and know their worth. They may choose to be intrepid adventurers as well as strong partners, mothers, friends and businesswomen and along the way they inspire, energize and embolden people of all ages regardless of their sex or ethnicity.
Whether you’re a serious cinephile, looking for a Montana film festival to attend or simply appreciate a good movie, we are sure you will treasure this adventure and mark the BZN International Film Festival as an annual must-see on the film festival circuit!
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INAUGURAL BZN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL – JUNE 7-10, 2018
Montana Film Festival spotlighting women filmmakers, directors, actors & producers.
BZN International Film Festival offers a platform for independent filmmaking and creative expression, and supports emerging and established voices. Submissions for the 2018 Montana film festival must be directed, co-directed, written OR centered on a woman. BZN will screen shorts and features, including dramas, comedies, documentaries, animations and silent films.
The Montana film festival, BZN International Film Festival, expects to screen over 70 films (shorts and features), and will host events in venues throughout downtown Bozeman, MT, including The Ellen Theatre, the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, the Willson Auditorium and the highly anticipated, renovated Rialto.
We are pleased to announce that Montana State University has joined as a Leading Sponsor and will host additional screenings at Reynolds Recital Hall, the Procrastinator and Cheever Halls, and at other campus buildings.