Mountainfilm: Key Dates, Film Submissions, On Tour!

Mountainfilm: Key Dates, Film Submissions, On Tour!

Based in Telluride, Mountainfilm (May 25th–29th, 2023) just put out key dates for the 2023 event. And the nonprofit is also accepting film submissions. Mountainfilm is a 501(c)(3)  organization which strongly believes in filmmaker support. Submission fees help fund the yearly Commitment Grants and Emerging Filmmaker Fellowship, assisting filmmakers with production and post-production efforts.

Go here for much more on Mountainfilm.

Upcoming Key Dates for Mountainfilm:

November 15, 2022, Mountainfilm for Locals: Wilkinson Public Library – @ 5:30 pm.

December 1, 2022, Mountainfilm Winter Shorts Fundraiser.

February 19, 2023. Film Submission Deadlines: Early – December 1, 2022; Official – January 6, 2023; Late – January 20, 2023

Since 1979, Mountainfilm has used the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world — and that could not be done without filmmakers like you or your friends.

Dates, Deadlines & Fees*

Deadline  Date    Feature    Short
Early Dec 1, 2022     $50         $30
Official Jan 6, 2023  $60       $40
Late Jan 20, 2023    $75         $55

To submit a project to be considered for the 45th annual festival a FilmFreeway account is needed. Visit the festival listing page on FilmFreeway for guidelines.Wondering if your film is a good fit? Check out 2022 festival films and award winners.


Bring Mountainfilm to a School Near You!

Mountainfilm for Students offers an opportunity to bring an abbreviated version of the event for FREE at K-12 public schools.

Check out the link below for more information about hosting a Tour Show and Mountainfilm for Students, or go to


Festival Passes:

Again, passes for the 2023 festival go on sale December 1, 2022!


Let’s create a better world;

It is through generous contributions that we can continue our mission to use the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world. Every little bit helps, become a donor today.


1 Comment