About Norwalk Film Festival
Welcome to the 3rd Annual Norwalk Film Festival! We are pleased to welcome you to three days of inspirational screenings, insightful filmmaker Q&A’s and panel discussions, and our “Standing Ovation Award” recipient (TBD).
The Norwalk Film Festival was founded by a grassroots community of volunteers, comprised of filmmakers, cultural leaders, and movie lovers living and working in Norwalk. In the spirit of “Unity Through Diversity Through Film,” we believe that cultural equity is a key component to long-term viability of a diverse and thriving artistic community.
The goal of the NFF committee is to bring together local communities and stimulate ongoing dialogues generated by the power of cinema.
The Norwalk Film Festival is a fiscally sponsored program of the Norwalk Arts Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization. Contributions made payable to the Norwalk Arts Society for the purposes of supporting the Norwalk Film Festival are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
The mission of the Norwalk Arts Society is to improve the general public’s awareness and appreciation of arts, culture, and education in Norwalk. For more information about the Norwalk Arts Society, please email email@example.com.
Films will be screened at the Wall Street Theater and the Norwalk Public Library.
Over 50 Films will be screened throughout the weekend in the following categories:
- Narrative Features & Shorts
- Documentary Features & Shorts
- Connecticut Shorts
- Animated Shorts
- Thriller and Horror Shorts
- Music Videos
Panel conversations will be ongoing throughout the weekend. Please check the Norwalk Film Festival website for further details.
Ticket Pricing is as follows:
Adults: $25 for Full Event, $10 Per Day
Students: $20 for Full Event, $7 Per Day