2015 Fall Festival of Independent Film

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Join us for the 2015 Fall Festival of Independent Film.  For the fifth straight year North Central College is one of the venues for the Naperville Independent Film Festival (NIFF), now in it’s 8th year. Celluloid, the college’s film club, co-hosts the event with NIFF.

*** 39 FILMS from the U.S. and 13 other countries ***

Dot 1SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th through FRIDAY, the 18th.

7:00 and 9:00 pm, on the campus of North Central College in SMITH HALL (second floor Old Main, 30 N. Brainard, Naperville). TICKETS: $5 per session / $25 for a week’s pass to all sessions.


——— View or download a SHORT SCHEDULE.

         ——— View or download a FULL SCHEDULE.


Being An Angel, a film featured in the 2015 Naperville Independent Film Festival

Being an Angel, a film from Spain, featured in this year’s festival.

This year’s festival features the best crop of films ever, especially many award-winners from the ECU, The European Independent Film Festival, held in Paris and commonly referred to as “Europe’s Sundance.”   To get into the ECU films had to have won awards in other festivals in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, so all ECU films are already double winners and not part of official NIFF competition.  The films—mostly shorts and animations—come from the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Denmark, Singapore, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, and more.  Also, many other German entries not from the ECU came in, and when NIFF judges saw their high quality they decided they not only had to be seen, but also had to be official NIFF selections eligible to compete for festival awards.  Thursday and Friday nights will feature these German films starting at 7:00 p.m. (There will be no 9:00 p.m. sessions these two nights.)

Come see the potential star actors, directors, cinematographers, film writers, and editors of the future.  Come support Independent Film.

 Go the Lead Post for The Fall Festival of Independent Film, where you can link to schedules and posts about all previous festivals.

 Go to the Naperville Independent Film Festival website.

 Go to Celluloid’s Facebook page and join the group.

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