The Carmel Art and Film Festival screens the best in independent film in four categories: Narrative Feature, Documentary, Short, and Student. CAFF presents awards in all four categories with the addition of the Clint Eastwood Filmmakers Award given to a filmmaker who exemplifies Clint’s commitment to the craft of filmmaking.
George Rodrigue has been selected as the Carmel Art & Film Festival’s featured artist for 2013. With studios in New Orleans and Carmel this Louisiana native best known for his iconic Blue Dog paintings thinks of California as his second home and, for the first time in a decade, will spend a full year working on the Central Coast. You won’t want to miss Georges’s live painting demonstration and lecture and the Patron Carnival Party where George will be the guest of honor!
The Carmel Art and Film Festival’s musical component is always an eclectic bash. From young local talent to emerging artists making a name for themselves on the national state, Carmel Art and Film is planning another get-out-of-your-chair-and-dance line-up. This year's headliner TBA.
2013 Submissions deadline extended! 2013 Scholarship Applications will be accepted until May 31! Carmel Art and Film Festival October 9-13.
Carmel Art and Film Festival congratulates all of our 2012 films and filmmakers who have been nominated for big time awards including Helen Hunt, Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for “The Sessions,” multiple Academy Award nominations for “Amour,” “A Royal Affair,” an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Film, and an Academy Award nomination for “The Invisible War” for Best Documentary. And the winner is…