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$100 Film Festival

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Genre  Art
Location(s)  Calgary,  Alberta
Founded  1992
Dates  March
Years active  18
Patron(s)  Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (CSIF)

The $100 Film Festival is an independent film festival that runs for three days every March at the Globe Cinema in downtown Calgary, Alberta. The festival showcases films in all genres by local and international independent artists who enjoy working with traditional film.

Created in 1992 by the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (CSIF), the $100 Film Festival started as a challenge for area filmmakers to a make a low-budget movie using Super8 film for less than $100. In later years, the CSIF changed the rules to allow filmmakers to work with 16 mm film and an increased budget. The $100 Film Festival still works to embody the spirit of low-budget film making and has become a popular event in Calgary.

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$100 Film Festival Wikipedia


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