-- REGARDING ONLINE TICKET SALES --
Online ticket sales turn off 24 hours before the start of each show. After that, tickets are available at the OFF booth in the lobby of the Village Pointe Theatre starting at noon on Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. If the online tickets for your show aren't available, that doesn't necessarily mean it's sold out, it just means that the online sales have closed because the show is less than 24 hours away.
The 9th annual Omaha Film Festival will take place March 5-9. It will be at the Village Pointe Theatre
304 N. 174th Street in Omaha.
Anyone can attend the OFF. We do sell individual tickets to films, and multiple types of passes depending on what you would like to attend.
The Omaha Film Festival was one of Movie Maker Magazine's "Top 25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee," The 9th Annual Omaha Film Festival will be March 5-9, 2014 at the Village Pointe Theatre - 304 N. 174th Street in Omaha, NE.
Our film categories include: Feature Films, Documentaries, Short Films, Animated Shorts, Nebraska Short Films, and OFF the EDGE "dark, experimental, or horror films"
Screenplays: Feature Length and Short Length
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The Eighth Annual Omaha Film Festival was on March 6-10, 2013.
Over $25,000 in prizes were awarded to the winners of the 2013 OFF! Thanks to our incredible sponsors Sony Creative, Jungle Software, Movie Magic Screenwriting, Oakley, Omaha Steaks, Lew Hunter, Soaring Wings, and Death Grip Electric!
About the OFF
The Omaha Film Festival celebrates the artistic, educational, and
historical importance of motion pictures. It gives independent film
artists a platform for sharing their work and creating a dialogue with
the community. It introduces audiences to innovative new films and
past masterworks of cinema. It promotes the discussion and study of
filmmaking. It seeks to foster and present stories that stand out,
that are told in the most creative ways; stories that are daring,
courageous, risk-taking, and filled with discovery and wonder.
ESTABLISHED IN 2005, the Omaha Film Festival (OFF) began as a way for the Omaha community to experience the artistry of independent filmmaking through the exhibition of new films by aspiring artists that are otherwise unavailable for viewing in the area. The Festival showcases over 90 films during its annual event, selected from an average of over 500 annual entries that come in from around the world, offering a wide variety of independent cinema choices that includes regional and world premier films as well as advanced screenings of films that have already attracted wider distribution. Narrative features, documentaries, short films, and animated shorts are screened during the week-long Festival, with a special section for Nebraska-made films as well. The selected filmmakers are invited to attend the festival and are given the opportunity to discuss their films with the audience after each screening.
Voted by MovieMaker magazine as one of the “Top 25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee,” the
Omaha Film Festival exists to celebrate the artistic, educational, and historical importance of
motion pictures. It gives independent film artists a platform for sharing their work and creating
a dialogue with the community. It introduces audiences to innovative new films and past
masterworks of cinema. It promotes the discussion and study of filmmaking through the annual
Filmmaker’s Conference. It seeks to foster and present stories that stand out, that are told in
the most creative ways; stories that are daring, courageous, risk-taking, and filled with
discovery and wonder. Premieres and award winning films that have shown at the festival
include Half Nelson, War/Dance, Sunshine Cleaning, and Renee. Past guests have included
Famke Janssen, Chad Michael Murray, Jaime King, Chris Klein, Mauro Fiore, Mike Hill, Shane
Black, Tom Elkins, and Ted Griffin.
Over the last 9 years, the OFF has made great strides towards becoming one of the most accomplished teaching festivals in the Central United States, offering opportunities for filmmakers, students, and those who value the artistry of film to learn more about the craft of filmmaking through panels, lectures, and workshops taught by seasoned professionals at our annual Filmmakers Conference.