Flamingo Film Festival 2022

The Flamingo Film Festival is dedicated to exhibiting international short films produced by student filmmakers. For the past eight installments, this event, held in-person and online from sunny South Florida, has honored outstanding dramatic, documentary, experimental, music video, and animated projects created by students while enrolled in a college, university, or other post-secondary institution. It’s the goal of the Flamingo Film Festival to encourage student creativity, recognizing achievements in film and video.

In 2020 and 2021, due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the 7th and 8th editions of the festival moved to Twitch, a streaming platform. The 2022 festival will be a hybrid event, showcasing student films both in-person and online synchronously.

This year’s festival is scheduled to start at 1 PM (ET), Saturday, April 23, 2022, online via Twitch and in-person via FAU’s MetroLab in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Film program is TBD, and times, days, delivery methods, locations are subject to change. In-person events will follow COVID-19 guidelines set by FAU, the State of Florida, and the CDC.

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Upcoming Flamingo Film Festivals 
9th Annual Flamingo Film Festival <> 1 PM <> April 23, 2022 
FAU MetroLab (Fort Lauderdale, FL) <> Twitch Livestream

Past Flamingo Film Festivals 
2021 – Twitch (Livestream due to COVID-19) 
2020 – Twitch (Livestream due to COVID-19) 
2019 – FAU Davie Campus, Liberal Arts Auditorium (Davie, FL) 
2018 – ArtServe (Fort Lauderdale, FL) 
2017 – FAU Davie Campus, Liberal Arts Auditorium (Davie, FL) 
2016 – FAU Davie Campus, Liberal Arts Auditorium (Davie, FL) 
2013 – FAU Askew Film Studio, SCMS Studio (Fort Lauderdale, FL) 
2012 – Cinema Paradiso (Fort Lauderdale, FL) * Year of the rebrand. * 
2006 – FAU Davie Campus, Liberal Arts Auditorium (Davie, FL) 
2005 – FAU Davie Campus, Liberal Arts Auditorium (Davie, FL)

We’re partnering with Videomaker again this year to provide complimentary digital magazine subscriptions to filmmakers submitting to the 2022 Flamingo Film Festival. This $30 value includes 6 digital editions of Videomaker’s bi-monthly magazine. How does it work? Once a film is submitted, Videomaker will contact you sometime after the submission deadline with instructions on how to activate your complimentary subscription. You can opt-out any time.

What is Videomaker? Videomaker has been the go-to video production magazine since 1986. With instructional courses, educational articles, virtual events, The Videomaker Podcast, buyer’s guides, product reviews, and more. Videomaker is the ultimate resource for filmmakers. For more info, go to http://www.videomaker.com.

Overall | Fiction | Documentary | Experimental | Animation | MV

Cinematography | Editing | Sound Design | SFX | VFX | Art Direction

Audience Favorite

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Faculty Advisor | Festival Director – Shane Eason

Communication | Social Media | Web – Logan Agostino, Romina Amat, Devin Bradley, Leandra Fisher

Audio | Video | Tech | Delivery – Harrison McNeill, Martin Mejia, Loveny Toussaint

Graphic Design | Marketing | Awards – Narges Panahandeh, Hamed Edalati, Tanya Iudean, Maria Pimenova

Moderator | Whip – Benjamin Popkin, Eric Rosario

Jury Members – Bénédicte Laflamme, Laura Benitez, Shane Eason

Tech Consultant | Member At-Large – EJ Oliveras

The 9th Annual Flamingo Film Festivals thanks the following for the continued support: Florida Atlantic University, Florida Atlantic University Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters, Florida Atlantic University School of Communication & Multimedia Studies, Florida Atlantic University MetroLab, FilmFreeway, Twitch, Black Iron Films, Videomaker, and all our private donors.