ISFFH 2011 Official Film Selections


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The International Student Film Festival Hollywood received entries from 14 countries around the world this year, 85 films were accepted into the 2011 competition. Films have come from the United Kingdom, Turkey, South Africa, Poland, Israel, India, Germany, France, Egypt, Czech Republic, Canada, Australia and the USA.  Film students range from Elementary School to graduate school. To view the official film selections, please visit the website

The 9th annual International Student Film Festival Hollywood (ISFFH) will take place November 5 – 6, 2011 at Beverly Garland’s Holiday Inn in the NoHo Arts District of North Hollywood.  There will be two days of screenings featuring this year’s accepted films. The ISFFH would like to extend congratulations to all of the participants; you are the future of this industry!

Versatile, committed, eloquent and talented are all adjectives that describe actor/activist Edward Asner. Schedule permitting, Mr. Asner will be speaking to student filmmakers and guests at the awards ceremony as he receives the ISFFH Lifetime Achievement Award this year. One of the most honored actors in the history of television; Edward Asner has been the recipient of seven Emmy Awards and 16 nominations, as well as five Golden Globe Awards and served as National President of the Screen Actors Guild for two terms. He was inducted into the TV Academy Hall of Fame in 1996. Asner received the Ralph Morgan Award from the Screen Actors Guild in 2000, presented periodically for distinguished service to the Guild’s Hollywood membership. In March 2002, he was again honored by The Guild as the 38th recipient of the prestigious Life Achievement Award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment, presented annually to an actor who fosters the highest ideals of the profession.

Art is and always has been our universal language and the ISFFH has been successfully reaching out to student filmmakers all over the world for more than eight years. It is this generation of story tellers that will be influencing the following generations. The ISFFH gives them a platform to be seen, offering students the unique opportunity to gain the recognition of film industry leaders and create career development opportunities.

The ISFFH is a non-profit organization that relies on the generosity of others in support of the next generation of filmmakers. To purchase tickets or to sponsor this important event, please email Tickets will also be available at the door.

We thank the following sponsors for supporting the next generation of filmmakers. American Building Supply, Wells Fargo, CRA/LA, CISCorp, Marilyn Bradbury, Rotary Club of Studio City and Sherman Oaks, Gloria and Lou Weintraub, Creative Handbook, Actors Certified Training, Footage Firm, Video Blocks,, LA411,, Movie Magic, and

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