Mammoth Film festival is one of those rare unique gems, that while it continues to grow in popularity, it doesn’t let it go to its head. It reminds true to itself and it’s roots, while still managing deliver ground breaking content. This year’s festival was no different.
At it’s heart Mammoth is a retreat for those who love film headed up by the president of the festival, Tanner Beard. It’s a chance for creatives, filmmakers, actors, directors, writers, producers etc to showcase their various talents and their work.
The Mammoth Film Festivals core aim is to lead the charge for an ever-changing landscape of film and media. As content continues to be consumed on new and different platforms, their is a very real fear that independent film will become lost.
Mammoth Film Festival hopes to be an important institution towards fostering independent filmmakers and their stories so that they always have a way to continue to be seen and heard.
The film and media showcase at the Film Festival is all about the exhibition, exploration, celebration and competition of boundless media. A celebration of independent creation and absolute risk-taking in the world of multimedia, film and television.
This years festival showcased some amazing talent and films.
A documentary about A young man with cerebral palsy overcomes a paralyzed left hand, bullies, and stereotypes, dreaming of becoming a rock guitarist.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Vile and Evil
A chronicle of the crimes of Ted Bundy, from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer, who refused to believe the truth about him for years.
A feature documentary about the ripped-from-the-headlines heroin epidemic and the corrupt underground rehab industry that has sprung up around it in Southern Florida.
You can find out about all the very worthy winners and work showcased at the festival here.
What was your favourite part of this years Mammoth Film Festival? Let us know @CelebMix!