Dec 11 – Dec 13, 2020
The Silicon Valley International Film Festival (SVIFF) was birthed for talented filmmakers who long to bring their vision to life but have difficulty meeting individuals with disposable income who desire to work alongside with them. It is no secret that here in Silicon Valley, the average salary can is significantly more than anywhere in the country and there are individuals with more disposable income than the average person. The team here at Silicon Valley Film will choose a slate of new films from the films submitted for consideration. We will then host this festival over a few days where tech executives, engineers, program/product managers, marketing managers, finance managers and others who work in tech will be invited to watch your films.
Filmmakers are treated to a full access pass and unforgettable networking opportunities with tech professionals & extremely talented filmmakers – we only accept the best so if chosen, expect your film to be screened alongside other high caliber films with our filmmakers being the future industry leaders. Also, our festival is aimed to help you prepare your pitch for your next project which will not only help you for our festival but for any future conversations.
It is our goal here at SVIFF to connect filmmakers with individuals who work in tech to bridge the gap and build lasting professional relationships that birth some amazing stories in a creative way.
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