Ridgefield Independent Film Festival: Opening Night on Friday, May 19 from 6 pm to 8 pm
The Ridgefield Independent Film Festival (RIFF) is an intimate, international and inspired film festival that aims to make the world a more compassionate place through the sharing of stories from around the globe through cinema.
RIFF runs May 19 to 21 at various venues around town, with an Opening Night Reception on Friday and films and master classes on Saturday at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
View the RIFF lineup of events HERE.
More about RIFF
The Ridgefield Independent Film Festival, created by local playwright and theatre director, Joanne Hudson, is an intimate, international, independent and inspired film festival that aims to make the world a more compassionate place through the sharing of stories from around the globe through cinema. Each spring, RIFF brings dozens of films from around the world to Ridgefield, Connecticut (just 60 miles northeast of New York City) for thoughtful screenings in curated venues including the Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield Library, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Keeler Tavern Museum and the Prospector Theater. In addition, RIFF offers master classes in different aspects of film and filmmaking. The festival will run May 19-21, 2017.
ALL FESTIVAL passes include admission to RIFF's opening night reception at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum on Friday night, our Saturday night party, the RIFF Awards on Sunday afternoon and all master classes, along with admission to all RIFF screenings & talk-backs.
ALL FILM passes include admission to all RIFF screenings & talk-backs.
Click here for Festival passes.