Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival

We are now accepted into seven film festivals, which includes an award winner for Show Low Film Festival and a semi-finalist for the Seattle Filmmaker Awards. Thank you, Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival!

We will be creating an educational curriculum to accompany the film, outreach to indigenous communities, and a wolf treaty for Lobos. These projects will be ongoing into 2024 and beyond, and your donations are tax-deductible and appreciated!!! We are gearing up our outreach and advocacy efforts around the film, so if you can support us please donate.

The 9th Annual Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival. The fest takes place in America's largest ghost town which was once coined one of the Wickedest Towns in the West, chosen by Moviemaker Magazine in 2017 as one of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World.

Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival is known for the unique cinematic adventure that we offer but more importantly than that, we are a festival that wholeheartedly supports freedom of speech and storytelling. Films are screened films on a train, at a haunted gold mine, inside wineries, at surprise hilltop residences, in the basement hallway of a spooky hundred year-old high school, and inside rustic buildings throughout Jerome.

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