The 11th Annual Rainier Independent Film Festival is May 19th-21st, 2017

The Rainier Independent Film Festival is a gateway to an explorative cinematic journey, set in the transformative landscape of Mt. Rainier's forested community.


Submissions are closed for the season and we will start announcing the accepted films soon! Stay tuned here and on our Facebook and Twitter pages!


The Films receiving top honors at the 2016 RIFF

Best Student Film: I Hate the Color Red, dir. by Jazmin Jamias
Best Foreign Film: Folklore, dir. by João Segall
Best Short Documentary:  Present Moment, dir. by Aimie Vallat
Best Feature Documentary:  Mystery of the Arctic Cairn, dir. by Kyle O’Donoghue
Best Short Narrative:  Thunder Road, dir. by Jim Cummings
Rainier Llama Award: Gotta Have Heart, dir. by Sandi Perlmutter
Audience Favorite:  Black Road, dir. by Gary Lundgren
Best Feature: The Great & The Small, dir. by Dusty Bias
RIFF Pool Tournament: Winner Currently Under Contention