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The 4th Annual Reel Independent Film Extravaganza (RIFE) will take place October 11 – 17, 2013 at West End Cinemas in Washington, DC. RIFE is an event created by filmmakers FOR filmmakers. The event strives to present the best of independent films in a variety of categories from around the world in an environment designed to provide unique opportunities for participants to interact with one another while networking with film professionals of the like. The Reel Independent Film Extravaganza is more than a festival---it is a new kind of experience!
The third year of RIFE cemented the festival as a must attend event, complete with sold out screenings, packed networking parties and incredible attendance from film lovers and filmmakers visiting from across the globe. We are eagerly anticipating topping our best year yet at our fourth annual Reel Independent Film Extravaganza. Continuing our partnership with West End Cinema, RIFE13 will once again be held in the prestigious and historic Georgetown sector of Washington, DC for a week long run from October 11 - 17. The festival will continue to celebrate national and international independent films and filmmakers, with screenings at one of the cities top independent film theaters, West End Cinemas, and parties and events in the surrounding Georgetown area. RIFE13 will once again feature an awards ceremony as well as a filmmaker meet and greet for all attending filmmakers and pass holders.
For more information and festival schedule please visit our website www.ReelIndependentFilm.com.
RIFE IS “MORE THAN A FESTIVAL – IT IS A NEW KIND OF EXPERIENCE!”
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Reel Independent Film Extravganza
“The definitive purpose of the Reel Independent Film Extravaganza and the IndieCapitol Awards is to simultaneously strengthen and champion the local film community. Its goal is to create a milieu for area filmmakers to be noted for exceptional work while inspiring one another to push the creative boundaries of locally produced content.” – Anthony Greene