A film festival dedicated to independent filmmakers inspired by the human & natural communities of the Santa Ana Mountains in Southern California and beyond.
An outdoor screening of independent films in the historic mining town of Silverado, CA. Silverado is one of a handful of rural canyon communities in Orange County that is threatened by urban sprawl, pollution, catastrophic fires and floods, and misuse. Despite being 15 minutes from suburbia, millions of Orange County residents have never stepped foot in Silverado or its neighboring canyons. This festival is meant to attract visitors under positive circumstances in an effort to inspire stewardship, appreciation, and preservation.
AUDIENCE FEE $5 suggested donation per person. PARENTAL ADVISORY: Some films (later in evening) feature adult content and may be inappropriate for younger audiences. You can donate online, print your receipt, and bring to the festival entrance as proof of your donation.
DONATE FEE ONLINE (bring printed receipt with you to the event) All proceeds go to event operating costs, prizes, entertainment, food, upcoming festivals, environmental education, and resource conservation efforts.
Disclaimer: Silverado Film Festival (SFF) reserves the right to use photographs and films, submitted to SFF, for the purposes of advertising and promoting SFF and its future endeavors. Submitters, or parents of submitters who are minors, who do not wish to comply with this policy must notify the SFF submissions department in writing when they register.