USA Today nominates The Chelsea Film Festival (CFF) for Best Film Festival in North America.
February 15, 2019—Non-profit organization, Chelsea Film Festival (CFF) has been nominated by USA Today event experts for Best Film Festival in North America. Selectively chosen, CFF is among 19 central film festivals. CFF spotlights emerging filmmakers, producers and actors with World Premieres focusing on “Global Issues”. Voting is open now through March 11.
their seventh year, an anticipated 80+ films from 20+ countries will be
presented to raise awareness for the causes of our time showing feature-length
films and documentaries throughout a four-day festival. Chelsea Film Festival
is a competitive global platform for risk-taking narrators, empowering
independent and Indie Film activists through their New York based Premiere film
screenings, Q&A panel discussions, workshops and special events.
Founder & CEO of the Chelsea Film Festival Ingrid Jean-Baptiste is a quad-lingual actress, passionate philanthropist and writer. She founded the company alongside her mother, Sonia Jean-Baptiste. Ingrid reflects on their beginnings of Chelsea Festival Film (CFF) and looks towards a bright future, “We are humbled and honored by this nomination. We created Chelsea Film Festival 7 years ago with 17 films from 13 countries; our goal is the same, and that is to make the world a better place!”
Votes may be placed once per day until March 11th. To vote please visit 10Best. The winning festivals will be announced on 10Best on Friday, March 22nd. To speak further with Ingrid Jean-Baptiste on positive social impact at the Chelsea Film Festival, please contact Valerie Bendish at firstname.lastname@example.org
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