Ridgefield Independent Film Festival is looking for volunteers for RIFF 2021


The Ridgefield Independent Film Festival, now in its 6th year, is looking for volunteers for the 2021 Festival to be held October 7-10 in Ridgefield, CT.

Volunteers who work five hours or more will receive an ALL FESTIVAL PASS and a RIFF 2021 T-shirt. Please complete this form to apply.

This year’s festival will feature 31 highly selected films from around the world and right here at home. Highlights include: Ridgefield resident, Joanna James’ “A Fine Line,” a documentary that explores why less than 7% of chefs / restaurant owners are women, while women have traditionally influenced the greats male chefs in the kitchen, which will include a catering event at the Keeler Tavern Garden House on October 7; the renowned Saturday night feature film, “How to Stop a Recurring Dream,” in which the eldest daughter in a family, facing a break in shared custody, kidnaps her hostile sister to embark on a journey to reconnect before go their separate ways – this event includes an after party and cocktails provided by Donna Brooklyn at the Ridgefield Theater Barn; and Psych Night on Fridays at the Theater Barn which features “Koreatown Ghost Story,” a horror short starring actress Margaret Cho.

Volunteers will be required to attend an orientation session one week before the festival at a date, time and location to be determined. Please note that all on-site volunteers must be vaccinated. Come be part of the best little independent film festival around!

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