iHollywood Film Fest is your Hollywood connection.
It was developed by creators for creators.
The iHollywood Film Fest seeks to set a standard of inspired creativity in storytelling.
We seek to educate and discover the best of diverse and emerging storytellers and showcase them to the world.
We are proud to create an event to encourage creativity and inspire filmmakers from around the world with access to networking and workshops with talent, distribution, and film finance.
The iHollywood Film Fest is the next series of film festivals created by Joyce Chow and Catherine Rhee. Joyce is the co-founder of the Brentwood and Pacific Palisades International Film Festival and Palm Beach International Mini Movie Film Festival. Catherine was an advisor for Joyce.
The iHollywood Film Festival on Filmocracy’s virtual platform is dedicated to providing a fun, safe, and harassment-free event for everyone. All attendees, speakers, sponsors, vendors and Festival staff (“participants”) are required to comply with the Filmocracy code of conduct.
By attending the virtual platform, you are agreeing to abide this code of conduct. Anyone found to be violating this code of conduct may be expelled at the discretion of organizers.
iHollywood Film Festival / Filmocracy has a zero-tolerance policy and will not tolerate any harassing or abusive behavior towards any participants. We ask all participants to behave and create a safe and supportive environment of inclusiveness.
Harassing or abusive behavior may occur in various platforms such as, via email, forums, chats, video conferencing or social media and includes, but is not limited to:
Inappropriate photography or recording (sexual or violent in nature)
Sustained disruption of talks, presentations or other events and activities
Unwelcomed sexual attention
Comments or actions based on personal characteristics such as gender, gender identity, and expression; age; sexual orientation; disability; physical appearance; race; religion; political affiliation
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