The Niagara Falls International
Film Festival

Thank You to all those that attended The Niagara Falls International Film Festival. We are now announcing that our 2019 Festival will run from September 18 – September 21, 2019

Submissions Are Now Closed for 2019 Events. Please Check Back In |October 2019 for Submissions for Next Year.

The Niagara Falls International Film Festival invites filmmakers, young and old, from all over the globe to one of the world’s most majestic and historic locations.

Join filmmakers, industry veterans and aspiring new talent as they gather together to enjoy a Jam-packed Celebration of Great Films – Thrilling Helicopter Tours Over the Falls – Casino’s – Historic Attractions – Parties – Workshops and Seminars – Special Events and Comradery.

Not only will the Niagara Falls International Film Festival capture the essence of what filmmaking is all about, but it also capture the essence of the filmmakers themselves.

The Niagara Falls International Film Festival
2019 Gallery
Featured at the Niagara Falls International Film Festival
Our Films
The Niagara Falls International Film Festival
In Loving Memory of
Alyssa Cowell

 

All Donations and Proceeds from purchases during this years Events will be going to establish

The Alyssa Justine Cowell Youth Foundation

Help us support this cause and receive an honorary notion in the “NFIFF Honorary Commemoration Hall of Fame”

The Niagara Falls International Film Festival
2019 Award Winners

“Winner for Best Feature”
Matt Shapira

“Big Muddy”

Going_Attractions

“Winner for Best  Feature Documentary”
April Wright
“Going Attaractions: The Definitive Story of the Movie Palace”

“Winner for Best Short Documentary”
Bill Nicoletti
“Once in a Hundred Years: The Life Legacy of Marian Anderson”

 

“Winner For Best Cinematography”
Lyn Moncrief
“The Wall of Mexico”

“Honorable Mention for Story Telling”
Rob Margolies & Tim Realburto

“Yes”

“Winner for Best Short Film”
Kyle Thompson
“The Boy Hero”

 

“Rising Star Award”
Jeffrey Bonson
“The Boy Hero”

“Honorable Mention for Directing
Gregory Dixon
“Olympia”

U.S. Army Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia poses for his official portrait in the Army portrait studio at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., June 26, 2019.  Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia received the Medal of Honor from President Donald J. Trump at the White House on June 25, 2019 for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty.   Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia distinguished himself by acts of gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty on November 10, 2004, while serving as squad leader in support of Operation Phantom Fury in Fallujah, Iraq. (U.S. Army photo by Monica King)

Humanitarian Award”
“Presented to”
David Bellavia

“Icon of the Industry Award”
“Samuel Fuller

“A Career of Artistic Excellence”

“Audience Award”
Music of Cole Mellett
“Sing You A Brand New Song”

Information
About the Festival
Film Submissions
Film Submissions Are Now Closed
Film Schedule
Now Available
Venue Information
Now Available
Green Room
A Behind the scenes look at the NFIFF<br /> Coming Soon...

 

 

 

 

The Niagara Falls International Film Festival
Special Thanks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Niagara Falls International Film Festival would Like to Thank
Academy Award Winners Mark Bridges and Craig Barron for Attending the 2018 NFIFF.