59 Films. 10 Blocks. 3 Days. 1 Festival dedicated to the art of Independent Filmmaking.

The Cecil County Independent Film Festival is a three day celebration for filmmakers and film lovers alike in the greater Cecil county area. With films from as close as Cecil County and as far away as the Ukraine, this festival aims to bring new voices and bold choices to the community be it in narrative, short form, documentarian, animation and everything in between. 




 2019 Award Winners:


Best Short: Little Sicily, Director: Nina Juliano

Best Short, International: Paris You Got Me, Director: Julie Boehm

Best Short, Documentary: Slavery’s Children, 4 Incredible Stories of Survival, Director Gordon DelGiorno, Producer Michaelangelo Rodriguez

Best Short, Documentary, International: A Study In Red, Director: Pouria Kazemi

Best Short Form Animation: Deadlock, Director: João Filipe Correia da Silva


Best Film: The Reprogramming of Jeremy, Director Gail Wagner

Best Film, International: Carga, Director Bruno Gascon

Best Film, Documentary: Catonsville, Music City Maryland, Director: JD Barth

Best Film, Documentary, International: A Heavy Metal Civilization, Director(s): Maila-Kaarina RantanenCristina Ornellas


2019 Audience Award Winners:

Best Short: Summer Hill, Director: Tyler C. Peterson

Best Short, International: Weightlifter, Director: Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchu

Best Short, Documentary: Yvonne’s Kitchen, Director: Camille Howard

Best Film: Space Princess, Director: John Lasher

Best Film, International: Eden, Director: Robbie Walsh

Runner-up: Best Film, International: Scumbag, Director: Mars Roberge


Special Achievement/Recognition Awards:

Raymond Harrington, for The Lost Motion Pictures of Brandywine Springs

Samuel White, for Faithful 

Marshall Gibbs, for The Players

Max Remmler, for Sleep Is For The Week


*2020 Cecil County Film Festival Dates will be announced in February*

Click the icon to download the digital version of the festival Program:


Single Block - $10.00
Friday, December 6 - $15.00 | Saturday, December 7 - $20.00 | Sunday, December 8 - $15.00
3-Day Full Festival Pass - $30.00

*Any ticket may be presented for the award ceremony*

(Ticket can be purchased by clicking on any of the links above)

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