The StarLite Film Festival celebrates the imagination and entrepreneurial spirit of microbudget films and their creators. We define microbudget as feature-length films made for less than $200,000.

StarLite Film Festival | February 26 – March 1, 2015

We will be accepting film submissions starting May 2014


Press

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The StarLite Film Festival is a one-of-a-kind film festival that shows only feature length narrative films made for less than $200,000.

Why would you want to write about us?

  • The typical Hollywood film costs, “…200million to make and another 50m to 100m to market” (Source: “Split Screens”, The Economist 2/23/13) while the typical StarLite Film costs less than $50,000
  • StarLite Films are made by real independent filmmakers and are typically self-financed
  • The rise of DSLR filmmaking has allowed independent filmmakers  the opportunity to create films that can be difficult to distinguish from mainstream films – special effects not included
  • Truly independent filmmakers are crazy people that need support and encouragement to continue making films!

Here are links to articles that have already been written about the StarLite Film Festival:

2/14/13 Greenroom Orlando “StarLite Film Festival opened with Robin Cowie”

2/2/13 Analog Artist Digital World “StarLite Film Festival”

1/31/13 Indie Cinema Showcase “StarLite Microbudget Film Festival 2013″

1/17/13 West Orlando News “Garden Theatre Announces StarLite Film Festival Films, Workshops”

1/31/13 Orlando Weekly “Micro-budget films focus of Winter Garden’s StarLite Film Fest”

1/31/13 Knightly News “StarLite Film Festival Kicks Off in Winter Garden”

1/30/13 Orlando Sentinel “StarLite film fest in Winter Garden highlights microbudget movies”

3/14/12 pARTicipate: The Cultural Advantage “The StarLite Film Festival

2/1/12 Orlando Sentinel “Quirky film fests aim to lure crowds to Winter Garden, Sanford”

1/13/12 Orlando Sentinel “New StarLite Film Festival to spotlight microbudget movies”

 


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