Part III

Thursday, November 30, 2017

SBCAST in Santa Barbara, California

at 513 Gardent Street. Studio D. 

​ 1 Screenings 6:30PM 

No tickets. 

First Come First Served.

Seating Limited.

$3 Donation suggested at the door.

Unfortunately, I was not able to attend the actual festival. That being said, all of the festival runners were friendly, professional, and easy to get in contact with. I was honored to have my film selected and recognized, and I would recommend this festival to other filmmakers trying to master the (extra) short form.

Mulan Fu, for Journey. New York, NY.

Dysmorphia

Glorious Victory 

The 3 Minute Film Festival's biggest strength is a selection of diverse and original films. I thoroughly enjoyed each one of the short films that were selected. Also I feel very honored to be a part of it as this was a small but passionate film festival which showed my film as the US premiere. The communication was nice and clear and the judges and the festival director had lots of knowledge and passion in film making...  

Will Kim, creator, animator for Glorious Victory. LA, CA.


I'm very honoured to have been selected by this film festival. Thank you so much for choosing my film for 'Best Experimental'. Those in charge of the festival were very quick to reply to emails and my only regret is not being able to go to the festival myself and see the other films in person.

--   Deanna Crisbacher, creator and director

​of Dysmorphia. England.

Under the City the Blue Bag Dropped

The Final Fairytale

WINNERS July 2017

Part II in the series for this year.


Wait Wait Wait


​Best Experimental 

Dysmorphia, UK

Best Narrative

In Bloom, USA


Best Documentary

       Build Us a Theatre,     Jamaica               


Best Animation

Journey, USA


Finalist Experimental

Wait Wait Wait, USA


Finalist,Documentary

Lost in Light, USA

Finalist Animation

Glorious Victory, USA


Finalist Narrative

The Last Fairytale, UK


Best Original Score

Glorious Victory, USA



Screening the Best 3-Minute Films from all over the world in one of the best cities in the world -- Santa Barbara, California.

November 30th is the 3rd and last

in the series

of 3-minute Screenings

for 2017.

Glorious Victory

REVIEWS FROM JULY 2017   FROM INDIA, ENGLAND AND TO THE SHORES OF THE USA


Sarah Holland

Unfortunately, I was not able to attend the actual festival. That being said, all of the festival runners were friendly, professional, and easy to get in contact with. I was honored to have my film selected and recognized, and I would recommend this festival to other filmmakers trying to master the (extra) short form. 
 
Srikanth Ranya
The selection to the festival was a huge confidence booster for me, and I believe every filmmaker will agree to this. I will be eagerly waiting for the next edition of the festival!
 

Will Kim
3 Minute Film Festival's biggest strength is a selection of diverse and original films. I thoroughly enjoyed each one of the short films that were selected. Also I feel very honored to be a part of it as this was a small but passionate film festival which showed my film as the US premiere. The communication was nice and clear and the judges and the festival director had lots of knowledge and passion in film making...



Deanna Crisbacher
I'm very honoured to have been selected by this film festival. Thank you so much for choosing my film for 'Best Experimental'. Those in charge of the festival were very quick to reply to emails and my only regret is not being able to go to the festival myself and see the other films in person.

Only Me

The festival team includes professional filmmakers, film reviewers,

festival producers, skilled writers, photographers, curators and judges.

They include, but are not limited to Culturesparkmedia.com,

Studio86creative.com, Sidekickcreative.com and SBCAST.org.


Judges include:

Emmanuel Itier, Wonderland Entertainment. Richard Carter, Set Photographer.  

Best Original Score: Music Composer, Professor Joel Feigin (Festival II, July 9, 2017).

NEW Composer Peter Mel​nick (Festival III -- November 30, 2017)

Founding Director, Lynn M. Holley