FilmOneFest 2015 is almost here!
Over 2,000 attend the screening on the historic shores of Sandy Hook Bay
Congratulations to FilmOneFest!
Congratulations to FilmOneFest for being nominated for Jersey Arts People’s Choice Award Favorite Film Festival 2 years in a row!
FilmOneFest Apps
See all the submitted videos and learn about the filmmakers on our highly interactive, easy to use apps for iPhone and iPad. Learn more by clicking here.
Food Pantry
FilmOneFest Supports Area Association of Community Churches Food Pantry through food collections at our events throughout the year. Click to learn more.
FilmOneFest 2014
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FilmOneFest (the Atlantic Highlands One-Minute International Film Festival) is a celebration of the super short film and a snap-shot of the creative image making happening online and across the world. Founded in 2008, the festival takes place on third Saturday of July at the Atlantic Highlands Marina and is screened at other venues throughout the year. Films (under 2 minutes in length) from local and international film and video makers are projected on a giant screen under the stars on the historic shores of Sandy Hook Bay.  Submissions for 2016 will open in December 2015.


FilmOneFest presents a Premiere Screening of 'Our Little Sister'

Sony Pictures Classics is awarding the New Jersey premiere of the Cannes film festival drama, "Our Little Sister" (directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda), to the Atlantic Cinemas as a benefit fundraiser for the FilmOneFest. Our Little Sister The award-winning film is based on a popular serialized comic book about a Japanese family of three sisters who discover an unknown fourth ...more

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Click here to catch up with shorts, interviews, and commentary surrounding FilmOneFest



FilmOneFest 2015 Winners

Check out other 2015 FilmOneFest Selected Entries

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FilmOneFest is a production of the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council, whose mission is to build community through the arts. For more information visit:


This program is made possible in part by the Monmouth County Arts Council through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the County Historical Commission, and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment of the Arts