The Derby City Film Festival has begun accepting submissions for its fourth annual edition.
Director Kristopher Rommel says the festival has grown quickly since its launch in 2008. More than one thousand people attended last year’s event, which included screenings of more than 60 independent
“We’ve gotten a lot more submissions, not only nationwide, but we’ve gotten a lot of international submissions, and the last two years we’ve gotten a lot more Kentucky and regional submissions which is really good, the quality of the films is increasing year after year,” he said.
The deadline for submissions to this year’s festival is December 1. The selected films will be announced a month later.