The 2020 Tallahassee Film Festival takes place April 15-19, 2020, at multiple locations around Tallahassee, Florida and the surrounding region. Each year the Festival brings the latest remarkable films in independent cinema along with many attending filmmakers, actors, and other industry professionals. Past years have included Barry Jenkins (Moonlight), Zoe Lister-Jones (The Craft), and Kat Candler (Queen Sugar). This year will be no exception.
Whether you’re traveling into Tallahassee from abroad or visiting from within our own backyard, be sure to take advantage of our special guest rate at one of our 2020 Hilton host hotels of the Tallahassee Film Festival, the Hampton Inn & Suites Tallahassee Capitol-University and the DoubleTree by Hilton Tallahassee!
Get ready for a marathon of films over the course of the weekend, participate in post-film Q&As with filmmakers from around the country and internationally, and mingle with filmmakers and fellow film enthusiasts at the parties!
- CMX Fallschase 14 (near Buck Lake & the Costco on Mahan)
- FSU Fine Arts Building
- All Saints Cinema
- Cap City Video Lounge
- 621 Gallery
- Madison Social
Simply a great festival! Communication was timely and personal and we received a kind welcome.
Diego Barraza, Filmmaker
Thank you to the folks at the Tallahassee Film Festival for bringing such unusual and interesting work and entertainment to us! Your years of such service to artists and fans is deeply appreciated!
Bill Davis, Festival-Goer
It's wonderful having great films showing here in Tallahassee. Thanks for making it happen!
Haden Macbeth, Festival-Goer
TFF was a great experience. The whole team works super hard to bring diverse programming, and they are incredibly hospitable to filmmakers and attendees. I'd submit again in a heartbeat!
Kyle Taubken, Filmmaker
This festival benefits from a great and knowledgeable team. Despite it being fairly new, their programming was really good and we enjoyed all of the Q&As with some top documentary filmmakers. Definitely worth the submission fee!
Malia Bruker, Festival-goer