SILENT RIVER FILM FESTIVAL
Silent River Film Festival founded in 2011 on the 40 anniversary of Irvine is City's first international film festival. City of Irvine is nestled in the heart of southern California, 40 miles south of Hollywood, entertainment capital of the world. Silent River Film Festival has been founded by filmmaker, actor and poet Kalpna Singh-Chitnis. Kalpna is an American filmmaker of East Indian descent in Hollywood.
MISSION - Silent River Film Festival dedicated to the independent filmmakers of the world has been established with a vision to bring East and West together to share their best work of films and Cinema and Causes on one platform to raise awareness about the issues that are important to us. It also aims to create more opportunities for the Female Filmmakers and supports Student Filmmakers by discovering and recognizing them.
RECOGNITION - The Silent River Film Festival is also a competition, where the talents are recognized. Awards are given in several different categories.
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