The Indie Film Foundation (IFF) seeks to support the aspirations of indie film makers, helping to educate them in the art and science of film making, and support them throughout their careers. The IFF seeks to influence the art of filmmaking, in the classroom and on the set. The goal is to teach students how to make films with production values that meet or excel industry standards and to further inspire their careers in the film industry. We believe in producing films, that reach out and touch people; films that inform, educate and provide insight into the human condition.
The IFF was founded by Gary Parker and Bruce May who have worked in film, television and digital media for over forty years. They support the goals of individuals seeking to begin or further a career in the film and television industry. Both are instructors at IFF and they also produce, write and direct the indie films produced by the IFF.
Indie Films Foundation
Please get involved and join us on our mission to make a difference through motion picture storytelling. We need donations, volunteers, and students who want to learn about film making thru our IFF Film School. Be a part of Shattered Lives the movie.
Our Mission is to introduce our students to film and television production. At IFF our students will develop their film-making knowledge and we will encourage and support their creative storytelling talent. Our course is designed to lead them to creating their own films that touch their audience’s hearts, minds, and spirits. IFF will continue its founder’s legacy by producing positive uplifting feature films and documentaries. Our inaugural 2021 class will work on IFF’s first feature film “Shattered Lives” that is already in pre-production.
IFF produces positive story Feature Films and Documentaries.
IFF Film and Television School teaches the next generation of filmmakers with on-line video courses, zoom classes and in person workshops.
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