Maine International Film Festival, 2022
July 8 - 17
Railroad Square Cinema and the Waterville Opera House in Waterville, the Skowhegan Drive-In Theatre in Skowhegan, and online!
The 25th annual Maine International Film Festival (MIFF) will be held July 8 through 17 in Waterville at the Railroad Square Cinema and the Waterville Opera House, in Skowhegan at the Skowhegan Drive-In Theater, and online. Throughout the ten-day festival, attendees will have the opportunity to see a unique slate of approximately 100 films, including premieres, made-in-Maine features, classic revivals, and short films from around the world.
Actor Debra Winger will be honored with the Mid-Life Achievement Award, the festival's most prestigious accolade. The award will be given to Winger at a special ceremony July 15 at the Waterville Opera House following a 35mm screening of A Dangerous Woman a 1993 film for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination.
MIFF is a project of the Maine Film Center and is made possible by presenting sponsors Waterville Creates, Colby College, and the Lawry Family Foundation. Full and partial festival passes are now available to purchase online at MIFF.org.
Maine Public is a Media Sponsor of this year's festival. Maine Public Members receive $2 off per ticket. Use the code MEPUB25 when ordering.
To learn more about this year's festival and to order tickets, visit MIFF.org.