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.