Yucca Valley Film Festival

2nd edition – Nov 13, 14, 15, 2020

SUBMIT

In 2016, Tim Burton shot scenes of his film “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” on Old Woman Springs Road. He was not the first to choose Yucca Valley as a landscape, and he was not the last.

Submissions are closed since October 27th.

The Yucca Valley Film Festival accepts: short films (narratives) animated short films, feature films (narratives and animated), music videos, documentaries, student short films, visual art (that includes / uses video), scripts, posters and trailers.

More than 50 films are currently listed on Imdb with Yucca Valley serving as a natural set for storytelling.

Join the community today: screen your film in a town that will welcome you, with audiences craving for films, and for connection with artists and filmmakers.

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