On Sunday, November 19 at 3:45 PM, the 2017 Sherman Oaks Film Festival closes with the innovative feature film 90 Minutes of the Fever. The filmmaking team has provided SOFF with some extremely cool cinemagraphs!
We wanted to share them with you. You should not miss this movie!
In 2017 the Sherman Oaks Film Festival will be screening 28 films! Click here to see the full list of Official Selections. Screenings will be on November 17, 18 and 19.
Come see some great movies this November!
The final deadline to enter a film or screenplay into the Sherman Oaks Film Festival is August 1! Enter your work at FilmFreeway or Withoutabox!
The SOFF jury is extremely proud of every Official Selection that screened at the festival. All of the films are great! But they do have to choose the Grand Jury Prize winners, and as difficult as that task is, here are the winners that they selected.
If you want to see what things were like at SOFF, you can look at the pictures that our photographers took!
The final deadline to enter a film or screenplay into the Sherman Oaks Film Festival is September 26! Enter your work at FilmFreeway or Withoutabox!
The Regular Deadline on FilmFreeway for the Sherman Oaks Film Festival is September 16. After that, the entry fee goes up by $10!
Friday, July 1 is the Early Deadline for the SOFF. Save money by entering your film while the entry fees are lower!
Zac Reeder is a versatile entertainment executive currently working as Head of Domestic Distribution at Electric Entertainment. Prior to Electric, Zac was a Senior Manager in content acquisitions on the Global Features team at Netflix. He previously oversaw content strategy and acquisitions for Hallmark’s streaming subscription video on demand (SVOD) startup, Feeln. While at Feeln, Zac negotiated content deals with major studios such as Warner Bros, Sony, NBCU, Paramount, and MGM, along with numerous independent distributors and producers. His duties also included creative development of original productions as well as business development and partnerships.
SOFF is proud to announce that director Mike Flanagan has joined the Board.
Mike Flanagan began his feature film career in 2000 with “Makebelieve” at the age of 21. His follow up, “Still Life” (2001) was an award winning digital feature shot in and around Baltimore. Flanagan then produced television programming for Discovery and ESPN in 2002, and in 2003 wrote and directed the award-winning feature film “Ghosts of Hamilton Street”. He wrote and directed the applauded indie horror film “Absentia,” which he credits with establishing his career. “Absentia” led to “Oculus” (2014) and “Before I Wake” (2015).