PBS Short Film Festival

NAME OF FESTIVAL: PBS Short Film Festival

SINCE: 2012

WHERE: Online

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The PBS Short Film Festival is part of a multiplatform initiative to increase the reach and visibility of independent filmmakers from across the country and amplify the voices of diverse content creators. Since its inception in 2012, hundreds of films celebrating love, acceptance, family, strength, equality, friendship, loyalty and more have been presented under the festival’s banner. The 2021 festival carries the tagline “A Decade of Being Seen” as a reminder that the festival has always striven to amplify the untold stories of America.

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SINNER VICTIM SAINT Wins 2015 PBS Online Film Festival “People’s Choice” Award | VIDEO

SINNER VICTIM SAINT Wins 2015 PBS Online Film Festival “People’s Choice” Award | VIDEO

“Sinner Victim Saint,” (pictured above) a short narrative presented by CET/Think TV, centering on a newlywed husband who has recently lost his wife in a car accident and the dark turn of events that teaches him the power of sacrifice, won the“People’s Choice” top honor of the 2015 PBS Online Film Festival.  The animated film “11 Paper Place,” presented by member station Vermont PBS, a love story about two sheets of paper who meet in a recycle […]

2015 PBS Online Film Festival to Feature 25 Independent Short Films

2015 PBS Online Film Festival to Feature 25 Independent Short Films

PBS announced that the Webby Award-nominated PBS Online Film Festival will return for a fourth year June 15 – July 17, 2015, and will feature 25 short-form independent films.  The PBS Online Film Festival showcases powerful and engaging stories from filmmakers across the country. “PBS, and its member stations, prides itself as the home for independent film,” said Ira Rubenstein, Senior Vice President and General Manager, PBS Digital. “With the Online Film Festival, and the early […]