Logan Film Festival
The Logan Film Festival (LFF) is a celebration of independent cinema from around the world and promotes a greater appreciation of the art and commerce of filmmaking. LFF is dedicated exclusively to truly self-financed filmmakers and seeks to inspire young filmmakers and emerging filmmakers to help them succeed in the film industry.
About the Festival
This year the 3-day festival will screen 48 dramatic, animated, and documentary films covering a wide variety of subjects and genres including Drama, Comedy, History, Social Justice, Health Awareness, Youth, Family, Arts and Culture. The LFF features 24 world premiere films and 8 films which have won honors at previous festivals. The LFF website provides film synopses, trailers, schedule, and parental advisories.
The festival also hosts an Opening Night Gala, Filmmaker Reception, Awards Ceremony, Lectures, ‘FAM’ Tour, and HUB which offers great opportunities to visit with talent and filmmakers.
The Festival HUB, located at the historic Caine-Lyric Theatre, built in 1913, located at 28 West Center Street, Logan, Utah, and the Dansante Theatre are open to VIP PASS and ALL ACCESS CINEMA PASS holders only.
LFF is hosted by the City of Logan, Utah. Logan is one of the few cities in Utah with a National Historic District with wonderful old buildings and mansions in a picturesque mountain valley (Cache Valley), surrounded by century old farms, incredible mountain and valley scenery, and dozens of small farming communities perfect for filming.
Film submission for 2013 is closed at this time. Film submissions for 2014 will begin August 1, 2013. Submissions are accepted through Withoutabox.
160 North Main Street
Logan UT 84321