Since 2000, the festival has grown considerably, yet still remains one of the friendliest to independent filmmakers and their audiences.
Once again, this happens to be one of the friendliest film festivals one can attend with both talent and audience having a great appreciation for one another.
According to many attending the festival, filmmakers and moviegoers alike, this was one of the best years yet.
The Phoenix Film Festival is well on its way to becoming one of the more important film festivals in the world.
It’s on. Things have begun at The Phoenix Film Festival, including the opening night screening of “Locke” starring Tom Hardy, plus awards and get-to-know-yas all ’round.