Atlantic City International Film and Music Festival 2010

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Summary

Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to submit to the Atlantic City International Film and Music Festival (ACIFMF), expecting to reel in 10,000 attendees, which is committed to providing a forum for independent filmmakers and musicians to showcase their talents. They have guaranteed to book a minimum of five Sonicbids artists for this year’s inaugural festival, but are looking to book at least 30 bands. There will be cash prizes for certain contests they run throughout the festival./n/nThe Atlantic City International Film and Music Festival (ACIFMF), expecting to reel in 10,000 attendees, is committed to providing a forum for independent filmmakers and musicians to showcase their talents, while highlighting Atlantic City as an entertainment hub for all purposes. They have guaranteed to book a minimum of five Sonicbids artists for this year’s inaugural festival.


The festival is looking to book 200 artists from a wide variety of genres. In addition, there will be cash prizes for certain contests they run throughout the festival. Headliners have yet to be confirmed, but are coming soon.



With a host of jam-packed events, meetings, seminars and sleek upscale nightlife opportunities, The Atlantic City International Film and Music Festival looks to become an important artistic stop along the festival circuit in the years to come. Its focus will be predicated on giving true opportunity to emerging filmmakers and musicians alongside proven veterans in each respective field.


ACIFMF is committed to discovering; screening, and promoting globally produced work by filmmakers and musicians who have created unique cinematic and musical experiences that do not feel restrained by traditional boundaries. With this in mind, the festival seeks to bring light to socially conscious issues and have laid out a five-year format to focus on issues that need to be brought to a larger public awareness, whether it is minority representation in film, promoting alternative images of Italian Americans in cinema, or highlighting LGBTQ lifestyles. The festival leadership has selected its Socially Conscious corner topic for this year to be LGBTQ(s) in film and music are excited to welcome this to our inaugural year of programming.