Anderson Island Film Festival

We are thrilled to announce the highly anticipated 2024 Anderson Island Film Festival (AIFF), set to take place on November 1, 2, and 3, 2024. This year, the festival will be hosted at the historic Johnson Farm Archival Building on the beautiful Anderson Island, Washington. Known for its rich history and charming atmosphere, the venue offers the perfect backdrop for a weekend of cinematic celebration.

The planning committee is already hard at work, and we are excited to share that they have curated a fantastic selection of new films for this year’s festival. While we can’t reveal all the details just yet, rest assured that the lineup will feature a diverse array of captivating stories and groundbreaking filmmaking from both established and emerging talents.

In a delightful twist, this year’s festival will kick off with an Opening Night Premiere instead of the usual Gala. This special event promises to be an unforgettable evening, setting the tone for an incredible weekend of film and festivity. Expect a night filled with excitement, entertainment, and a few surprises as we celebrate the art of cinema in style.

We invite everyone to stay tuned for more details as the festival approaches. In the meantime, we are calling on all film enthusiasts and community members to get involved. If you are interested in volunteering or would like to sponsor the 2024 AIFF, we would love to hear from you. Please contact Jamie at for more information on how you can contribute to making this year’s festival a success.

Mark your calendars and get ready for a weekend of outstanding films, engaging events, and unforgettable experiences. We can’t wait to see you at the 2024 Anderson Island Film Festival! 

2023 Anderson Island Film Festival Gala Photos

Our Mission

    Promoting community and creativity by: 

  • Showcasing the works of filmmakers regionally and worldwide.
  • Select films that enrich, entertain, inform, and provoke.
  • Providing workshops on film-making and film appreciation to nurture a new generation of filmmakers.