Submit your feature films and music videos for free to our 2018 International Online Film Festival
Founded in 2015 by underground filmmakers Laura Grace Robles & Fabrizio Federico in order to touch base with all the alternative filmmakers from across the world, especially young directors seeking a platform to explode onto the ever growing international film scene.
The mood of the festival is vivid and the films chosen will represent the cream of the Les Enfants Terribles of international cinema. A springboard for new filmmakers to create their own micro-budget epics.
Fabrizio Federico is an underground filmmaker [Black Biscuit (2012), Pregnant (2015), Loon (2017), Teddy Bears Live Forever (2019)] and also the accidental founder of the fabulously scandalous PINK8 film manifesto (which completely backfired).
Surrealism, guitars, dead poets & shamanism feature in his films. His pop-culture alter-ego Jett Hollywood has been called ''the Ziggy Stardust of the cinema world''.
Laura Grace Robles started as a theater camp and film school drop out who emerged as Birthday Gurl, a San Antonio video artist and guerrilla film director using video installation and projections for Rakim, Eureka the Butcher and Gordon Raphael during their musical performances.
She unearths her junk film aesthetic opening concerts for musicians like Com Truise, Machine Drum, and The Octopus Project The artist has approached the idea of conceptualizing a number of her films using her film making manifestos since her organization of public nudity at Wall-Mart in an installation documented by street art photography. She has directed Foxy Night Rocker (2010), Jesus Practice (2013) and Scoonnies (2015).