Get ready, the 2nd Annual DC Underground Film Festival will take place in May 2004 at the historic Carnegie Institute in downtown Washington, DC.
Last year, hundreds of filmmakers from all over the U.S, Europe, Asia, and Canada submitted their films and 65+ of them debuted in Washington, DC to an audience of over 800 film buffs.
The DCUFF is billed as a festival that offers unlimited freedom to independent filmmakers and artists to experiment and exhibit their radical creations in documentary, claymation and animation, and experimental art movies.
The festival, which serves as a venue for independent film-makers to combine their artistic talents and forge new ideas for experimentation, was started in 2002 by Allyson K. a DC filmmaker and curator. It continues to be organized by her and an advisory committee programmed by active filmmakers, artists, activists, and film enthusiasts ranging from Cynthia Connolly to Brian Duss.
For more info and the selection of films, visit the DC Underground Film Festival website.