Welcome to Another Independent International Film Festival

September 22-23, 2017


Valley Media Works/Community Television

Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Submissions are Closed


Best Short Film*

Best Feature Film*

*Winners of the Best Film (Short and Feature) will receive an InkTip Script Listing to promote themselves and their scripts to InkTip’s entire network of producers, managers, and agents.

Companies who are InkTip members include: ABC, Anonymous Content, APA, CBS Films, HBO Films, ICM, Paradigm, Paramount Pictures, Hallmark Channel, FX, Universal, WME, Echo Lake, Zero Gravity, Bad Robot, 20th Century Fox, and many more.

Producers have made more than 315 films from scripts and writers found through InkTip.

Best Cinematography

Best Domestic

Best Foreign


With focus on traditional film making, where the story and characters are used to draw the audience into the film.

Another Independent International Film Festival (AIIFF) is unlike any other festival you’re going to be a part of. While we would like to see the newest films, we also believe that there are a lot of really good films that have been completed in the past and haven’t been seen by as many audiences as they could have.

AIIFF aims to connect filmmakers with talented people and interested audiences. Our core focus is on traditional film making. Through the love of film we strive to teach diverse audiences about films and making them.

AIIFF is a fund raiser for Valley Media Works/Community Television –  The organization’s mission includes educating interested individuals of all ages about film and television production, civil discourse civic engagement, understanding what it means to live in a ‘free society’, and how to engage intelligently with one’s  elected officials. All funds collected from the film festival go directly to helping Chippewa Valley Community Television.


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Panel Discussion from AIIFF 2015

Panel Discussion covered topics of film and how story pertains to films.

Panel Members:
Bill Rebane (Producer/Director), Megan Corse (Actor) and Nathan Deming (Director)
Moderated by: Heather Harkins

Shot on Location in Chippewa Valley Community Television Studios, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.