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Oxford Film Festival named to Moviemaker’s 50 Film Festivals Worth Entry Fee


The Oxford Film Festival is proud to be listed as one of the MovieMaker “50 Film Festivals Worth The Entry Fee for the second consecutive year.

The 2015 festival was a record year for attendance. James Franco opened the film festival with his film “The Sound and the Fury” Tim Blake Nelson, who starred in Franco’s film, attended the festival to receive a special Hoka award for Achievement in Film.

The next festival will be held Feb. 18-21, 2016 in Oxford. The call for entries will be opened this summer. Films are accepted from animation, experimental, documentary, narrative, features and shorts and Mississippi films.

To read the entire list of festivals in MovieMaker, visit their website, follow them on social media including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Look for the Spring 2015 issue at this month’s NAB and Tribeca Film Festival, and on newsstands starting April 28.

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