Shoreline Short Short Film Festival proudly accepts entries on FilmFreeway, the world's #1 way to enter film festivals and creative contests.
The Shoreline Short Short Film Festival aims to support emerging and developing filmmakers in Washington State and encourage appreciation for the art of filmmaking in our community.
Approximately 12 films will be selected to participate in the Festival. Those films will be screened at the Shoreline Community College Theater on April 22, 2023.
The best of the best will take home cash prizes and a campy Sasquatch Award!
Each film ranges between 3 - 13 minutes.
All films are unrated and may contain some adult content. Viewer discretion advised.
The Shoreline Community College Theater is wheelchair accessible.
WHAT FILMMAKERS SAY
The SSSFF team did a great job adapting to Covid times. The drive-in set up was a lot of fun and a wholesome experience after a year on Zoom or at home. Kevin's communication was top-notch and is a very understanding guy!
I recommend any filmmaker to submit their art to this festival. The organizers were so easy to work with. The day of the screenings ran extremely smooth. The audience was great. I really enjoyed this festival.
It was such a pleasure to be part of this festival. It was the first film festival I've ever screened a project at and it was a real honor to be involved.
Would definitely submit again.
Best Picture: $1,000
People's Choice Award: $1,000
Each winner will receive a
2022 Film Finalists
Entries are judged by an esteemed jury of local filmmakers and advocates.
SCC Professor and
Tony is a SAG-AFTRA actor with an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. An actor for 35+ years in L.A. and Seattle, he has been teaching and coaching actors for 20+ years, both privately and at the college level.
E. Mandisa Subira
Shoreline Community College
Digital Film & Performance Committee
E. Mandisa (Simply known as E.) is a is an Motival Speaker, Educator, Activist, Actor, Writer, Producer, Director, Choreographer, and singer/songwriter. Owner and Co-Executive Director of The Sol Zen Zuki Roku tv Network, she sits on the Shoreline Community College Performing arts and digital film committee and has served as an International Ambassador for Peace for the Universal Peace Federation since 2003.
Sophia Gutierrez Perez
Over the last 10 years, Sophia has worked on award-winning films and television series. Her passion for creating and supporting diverse stories inspires her to wear many hats on and off set. She has served as a publicist for Seattle International Film Festival and recently co-produced the feature film, All Sorts.