Knoxville, TN. FILM SCORE and the Scruffy City Film & Music Festival are poised to bring Knoxville an exciting week of film and music from April 28 – May 3, 2015. We are proud to announce our selection of films for our Feature Film Competition. The six films were chosen from over 380 submission from 30 […]
Matthew Toffolo interviews festival director Michael Samstag:
Matthew: What is the goal of your film festival?
Michael: Our goal is to shine a bright light on the heart and soul of film—the songs and scores that really make films sing. Any film selected for the festival must have a stand out soundtrack or score, whether it’s […]
We are so pleased to have James McNally back for a second year! Last year James was a judge for the film festival and also made some great film recommendations–so this year he’s generously agreed to come on board as the Director of Programming. Under his guidance we have developed a Selection Committee of nearly […]
The 2015 Knoscars, Feb 22, 6pm at Scruffy City Hall
Tickets $10 in advance, $15 at the door
It’s almost Knoscar time again! Get ready to have your red carpet picture taken with Knoxville’s #1 Golden Man. This years Knoscars will feature prizes for Best Dressed, Best Dressed Down and the Bjork Award (Most Outrageous). The proceeds […]
Seating Procedures for KFMF Film Events
Doors open one hour in advance of showtimes for Full Festival, VIP, Filmmaker, and Ultra VIP Pass holders. 20 minutes prior to the showtime, we will begin seating guests with General Admission tickets. Once ticketed guests have been seated, we will begin selling tickets at the door if there is still […]
Does your kid what it takes to be in the movies? Find out this weekend! The Knoxville Film & Music Festival in conjunction with WillRock Entertainment, Gage Talent Knoxville, and Talent Trek are holding auditions to find stars for the next WillRock Entertainment movie!
In addition to potential movie roles, Talent Trek and Gage will be looking to […]
Tuesday, April 22, at Scruffy City Hall Our April Film Event will feature a discussion and Q&A about Film Financing and the incentives with Bob Raines, the Executive Director of the Tennessee Film, Entertainment & Music Commission and Andy van Roon, Founder of Film-com. The panel will take place from 6:30-7:30pm and will be recorded for FilmFest411. […]