SANTA MONICA'S PREMIERE FILM FESTIVAL
CINEMA AT THE EDGE // APRIL 9-12 2015
Cinema at the Edge Film Festival (CATE) celebrates independent films of all genres that feature a distinct vision, a unique voice, or a challenge to what is expected and accepted in the medium. Submit your film and join us for great movies, panels, parties, and more!
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Congratulations 2015 Festival Winners!
JURY AWARDS AUDIENCE AWARDS
Best Short - Caged dir. Jasmine Thomas
Best Documentary - Our Food Chain dir. James Bruce
Best Narrative - All Stars dir. Lance Kinsey
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Tabloid Vivant dir. Kyle Broom
Best Short - If The Trees Could Talk dir. Michael Weinstein
Best Documentary - A Coup in Camelot dir. Stephen Goetsch
Best Narrative - Girl on the Edge dir. Jay Silverman
Four days of screenings, parties and artist programs that celebrate independent filmmaking.
CATE Film festival celebrates independent films of all genres that feature a distinct vision, a unique voice, or a challenge to what is expected and accepted in the medium. Featuring narratives, documentaries, and shorts, from talented filmmakers all over the world, CATE gives new and recognized films and filmmakers the chance to ignite audience buzz, gain acclaimed exposure, and provide global distribution opportunities.
The festival is located in the heart of Santa Monica’s Main Street minutes away from the beach – housed at the Edgemar Center for the Arts, a two theatre and art gallery complex designed by Frank Gehry. The festival’s location is prime real estate for Los Angeles’ top production companies, tech leaders, established artists, and extraordinary dining venues. ...READ MORE