International Film Festival

Our vision is to bring the community together and highlight the local, regional and international films and filmmakers that inspire, engage and expand our worldview.

EVENTS

JUNETEENTH CELEBRATIONS

FRIDAY, JUNE 14 thru WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 
Lesa Cline-Ransome, author reading
Crys Matthews, concert
Free films for kids and adults + more!

Events

Movies Under the Stars

June 27, July 17, Aug 8 – FREE
Park opens at 6:00 pm; free water & popcorn
Keene Parks & Recreation
312 Washington St.

SUBMISSIONS

Submit your film

12th Annual MONIFF
October 4 – 6, 2024 (in-person)
October 8 – 17, 2024 (online and on-demand)
Submit online

SUBMIT YOUR FILM

2024 FESTIVAL SUBMISSIONS

12TH ANNUAL MONIFF FILM FESTIVAL
October 4-6 in person | 8-17 online
Got a Film? Click to Submit to MONIFF on FilmFreeway

Support

nonprofit organization
We seek support at all levels, from corporate and business sponsors to individual donors and local advertisers

12th annual festival

october 2024

Oct. 4 – 6 in-person
Oct. 8 – 17 online

Got a film? Submit to MONIFF on FilmFreeway

2023 award winning films

Jonathan Daniels Award

JOIN OR DIE
Rebecca Davis (pictured with Robert Putnam) and Peter Davis, Co-Directors
Sponsored by Silver Direct

Audience Choice Award

Best Documentary Feature
HUMANITY STOKED
Michael Ien Cohen, Director
Sponsored by Florentine Films

Audience Choice Award

Best Narrative Short
A NATURAL FORCE
Gordon LePage, Director
Sponsored by MONIFF

Audience Choice Award

Best Documentary Short
LA FRONTIÈRE
Katy Haas, Megan Ruffe, Co-Directors
Sponsored by MONIFF

Monadnock International Film Festival

Vision

Our vision is to bring the community together and highlight the local, regional and international films and filmmakers that inspire, engage and expand our worldview.

Named “Up and Coming Film Fest” by New Hampshire Magazine, the Monadnock International Film Festival (MONIFF) showcases high-quality, independent cinema every year in the beautiful Monadnock Region, known for its vibrant arts culture and Mt. Monadnock, one of the world’s most climbed mountains. MONIFF features award-winning films on the festival circuit, domestic and foreign, along with premieres of regionally produced films by New Hampshire and New England filmmakers. The festival’s highlight every year is the presentation of the Jonathan Daniels Award, given to a filmmaker whose work fuses social and/or political awareness with artistic excellence and encompasses Jonathan Daniels courage by telling stories of hope, redemption, and triumph of the human spirit.