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Concrete Dream Film Festival is an International film and art event created by filmmaker and actress, Rena Riffel. The festival program consists of arthouse, avant-garde, and experimental films which will be screened at the event. The films selected as the winners of the competition will be screened on June 9 at a live event held at the Revive Theater in West Los Angeles, California. And on June 10 at AC Gallery in the heart of Hollywood, a formal VIP preview and awards presentation with the show extended at the gallery from June 11-16 with daily screenings. The film festival incorporates components of film installation, and live and in-person film projection onto the screen. Award trophies are given to all winners and certificates of award to all the official selections. The film festival provides live screenings, awards, and international publicity opportunities to the films and the filmmakers. This event will be catalogued in a limited edition hard cover book which is offered to the winners and official selection filmmakers.
Concrete Dream Film Festival is a film competition composed of arthouse, experimental, and avant-garde films chosen through filmmakers submissions, showcasing the most inspiring and innovative works from visual artists around the world. Our mission is to bring awareness, recognition, and publicity to the films and their filmmakers. By showcasing films and filmmakers who successfully break boundaries of commercialized formulas, we believe we can set an expansive example and create a wider appreciative audience which can make a positive impact on the arts and entertainment industries. We are interested in films that are thought provoking and innovative, inspiring and artistic, structurally different, successful at executing risk taking choices, progressive artistic processes and execution of filmmaking, and production techniques that better the experience of outdated formulas. We believe there is a large audience in the world that would appreciate these types of films opposed to the more hugely publicized formulaic block busters. We believe there is a healthier way to make films, a more satisfying way to completion, and a more contemplative meditative execution compared to the outdated modes of worn out mindsets. We want to change the movie industry one artfilm at a time.