2015 Phoenix Film Festival


It’s that time of year, and Constantly Calibrating is happy to report that we will be attending the 2015 Phoenix Film Festival. 8 days of movies from up and coming film makers, as well as some more notable ones, shorts and feature lengths, animated, live action, documentary; there is sure to be something for everyone.

From the Phoenix Film Festival website:

The Phoenix Film Foundation is proud to announce the 15th Annual Phoenix Film Festival taking place March 26 – April 2, 2015. The best way to keep up on the festival is right here on our website, joining our mailing list and to “Like” us on Facebook.

 The Phoenix Film Festival has been named one of The 25 Coolest Film Festivals by MovieMaker Magazine and is a program of the 501c(3) non-profit Phoenix Film Foundation. The event was started in 2000 by independent filmmakers as an opportunity to showcase independent filmmaking and it has quickly become Arizona’s Largest Film Festival.

 The Phoenix Film Festival annually screens over 150 films, holds amazing parties and provides filmmaking seminars to capacity audiences. Over 25,000 attendees enjoy the 8 day festival. The Festival takes place all in one convenient location and is held on 7 screens at the Harkins Scottsdale/101. All parties and workshops are held right on site so you don’t miss a thing.

 We hope to see you there!

The best time I had last year was watching the short film presentations. This year has some interesting movies lined up as well such as Kill Me Three Times starring Simon Pegg and Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr. Moreau. That’s a lengthy title, but I love documentaries about movies and I happen to like that version of the flick so it should be interesting.

I’ve had a blast going for the last few years and am happy to bring you coverage here on Constantly Calibrating. You can head on over to the festival’s website here to get the full schedule of films and information on where to buy tickets. Make sure you jump on these because they will sell out. I hope to see you there.


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Jim Lincoln (The Film Department)

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