Yucca Valley Film Festival

2nd edition – Nov 13, 14, 15, 2020

Sunday 17th

All Festival, screenings, events are free of charge and take place at the Yucca Valley Community Center, inside (Yucca Room), or outside (courtyard in front of the Hi-Desert Musuem).

Page under construction. Program is subject to change/upadte with films / details to be added and announced.


SUNDAY 11.17.2019 > Fair & Awards

  • 10am-3pm > Art & Crafts & Entertainment Fair​
  • 4-5:30pm > Visual Arts & Music Videos
  • 6:30pm > Red Carpet experience
  • 7:30 > Closing evening with Awards Giveaway

Fair, click here.

PROGRAM DETAILS 11.17

ARTS & CRAFTS ENTERTAINMENT FAIR

Starts 10am, until 3pm.

  • Food vendor 10am-4pm
  • Glamour station 10am-3pm
  • Meet & Greet with Jack Sparrow 11am and 1pm
  • Costume contest 2pm
  • Music quiz all along the fair
  • Selfies on the Red Carpet all along

Vendors, artists, you want a table? It’s FREE! Contact us on yuccavalleyfilmfestivalATgmail.com

VISUAL ARTS & MUSIC VIDEOS

THE MOON, 4 minutes

STRANGER THINGS: HOPPER’S LAST LETTER TO ELEVEN, web, 4 minutes

FEELINGS, inspirational, 4 minutes

“The journey of French filmmaker Florian Cioffi to Yucca Valley and its surroundings during the summer 2019.” Matt Beurois, YVFF director.

Check our article and video trailer on this page.

STAYING IN THE GAME, cross media, 8 minutes

“Gordon Clark, a Joshua Tree resident, lived in South Africa for years. His documentary style makes this narrative piece stand out.” Matt Beurois, YVFF director.

WARNING: Music Videos after this point contain some adult themes.

SHE’S SO CALIFORNIA, music video, 5 minutes

JOHNNY AND THE DEVIL, animated music video, 6 minutes

JOSHUA TREE, music video, 5 minutes

“Artists Jason Nutter and Jesika Von Rabbit tell more than one tale in this Jessica Janos directed piece.” Matt Beurois, YVFF director.

MADBEN: GRIEF DANCE TO DEATH, music video, 5 minutes

Paris Art and Movie Awards 2019 winner for Best Special Effects.

OSIRIKA: BLACK CHAMPAGNE, music video, 5 minutes

MOUNTAIN, music video, 4 minutes

“A music video so graphic and polished it could belong into a museum.” Matt Beurois, YVFF director.

ARE YOU SERIOUS?, music video, 3 minutes

“Local performer and artist Popstar Nima asks us a very rainbow-ish question.” Matt Beurois, YVFF director.

MILLENIALS: ADOLESCENT BLOOM, music video, 5 minutes

TIGER HONEY, music video, 4 minutes

“Local filmmaker Casey Kiernan delivers a romantic piece.” Matt Beurois, YVFF director.

CLOSING EVENT, WINNERS RESULTS & AWARDS GIVEAWAY

Red Carpet experience 6:30pm

Mix & Mingle

Details soon.

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