Ridgefield Independent Film Festival is looking for volunteers for RIFF 2021

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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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